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      3 Steps That May Help Seniors Reduce Stroke Risks, Before or After a Hospitalization

      By Andrew Dubler | July 26, 2018

      Mildred was in the hospital, not because of some unexpected emergency, but for major surgery. The surgery was necessary to help her stay in good health, but it was going to require a lengthy recovery. Not only would it take several weeks for her to recover from the surgery itself, she was then looking at…

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      Some Home Care Aides Help Their Elderly Clients Connect with Loved Ones Through Technology, and This Could Be a Great Way to Boost Spirits

      By Dr. Shelly Chinkes, DPM | July 25, 2018

      If you’ve ever spent a significant amount of time isolated from friends and family, whether you were traveling for work or some other issue, you understand how challenging it can be to stay emotionally positive when you feel so isolated, cut off, and alone. When people get older and begin slowing down, struggling with their…

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      Reading About the Experiences of Others Could Benefit Safety for Seniors

      By Kate Jenkins | July 24, 2018

      Far too often when we feel alone in life, we honestly believe no one else is experiencing the same things we are at that moment. We think no one could possibly understand what we’re going through, the challenges we’re facing, and therefore don’t believe there’s any real benefit in discovering that we truly aren’t alone.…

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      Depression Could Affect Safety, Especially for Seniors

      By Roy Kleinert | July 23, 2018

      Have you ever experienced a bout of depression? We’re not talking about clinical depression necessarily, but a sense of feeling down, ‘the blues,’ or as though you just didn’t want to get up and get moving certain days. Most of us have, and usually it’s not a major concern unless it becomes significant or prolonged.…

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      Experienced Home Care Aides May Offer Some of the Best Advice When a Senior with Alzheimer’s Wants to Remain Where They Are, Despite the Increased Struggle

      By Andrew Dubler | June 29, 2018

      People, when diagnosed with certain illnesses or diseases, will often turn to family and friends if and when support is necessary. They rarely think about home care aides or even visiting nurses unless there’s a specific requirement, such as checking vitals, changing an IV drip, or dealing with other medically related issues. When somebody has…

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      Your Aging Parent Has Alzheimer’s and Every Time You Leave After a Visit, S/He Screams and Carries On: How Can You Ease the Drama?

      By Dr. Shelly Chinkes, DPM | June 28, 2018

      As Alzheimer’s progresses, the signs and symptoms of the disease will often get more challenging. This is true for family caregivers, including a spouse, adult child, or even a group of people rallying around their aging parent, grandparent, or other loved one. It is also true for experienced home care aides who work for agencies.…

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