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Statistics show there are nearly 10 million adults over the age of 50 are caring for an elderly parent or other senior loved one. As individuals live long, there are more families than ever before who are stepping in to offer care. It is important to know you are not alone and there are resources […]
Making food appetizing is especially important for seniors, who may lose their appetites for a host of reasons. The elderly are especially at risk for malnutrition because of many social and psychological factors. Food may seem unappealing to a senior who has recently been ill, has dental problems or trouble eating, takes medication that affects […]
Caring for your loved one in a wheelchair – What you should know If you are the child, or the caregiver, of a someone who uses a wheelchair for mobility assistance, you may be feeling overwhelmed, by all issues that surround that situation. Helping the senior in your life deal with the ramifications of their […]
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