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Best Technology Gifts for Seniors
Best Technology Gifts for Seniors
By Jennifer Thompson, 11:45 am on December 17, 2021

It’s difficult to shop for elderly parents because they often have everything they need. They have accumulated many belongings over the course of their lives, and many are consolidating to reduce clutter and prepare for the possibility of downsizing their living space. Because it is practical and allows elders to stay connected and active, certain technology might be an excellent…

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Tips for Going on an Outing with a Senior Suffering from Dementia
Tips for Going on an Outing with a Senior Suffering from Dementia
By Jennifer Thompson, 2:54 pm on December 8, 2021

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive brain illness that results in dementia. Memory, cognition, and behavior are all compromised in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Common behaviors such as bewilderment, difficulties with language or movement, inability to identify friends or family members, illusions about their surroundings or reality, mood swings, and hostility might result from this. The number of people living with…

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By Jennifer Thompson, 10:59 am on November 29, 2021

Millions of Americans become ill during the dreaded flu season, and hundreds of thousands are hospitalized, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The bulk of flu-related hospitalizations occur within vulnerable groups, particularly those aged 65 and up. In most cases, the flu season begins in October and lasts until February or March. COVID-19 continues to…

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5 Simple Ways Seniors Can Boost Their Health
5 Simple Ways Seniors Can Boost Their Health
By Jennifer Thompson, 10:11 am on November 12, 2021

Although aging is unavoidable, it does not have to slow you down. Seniors can make the most of every stage of their lives with proper care and a healthy lifestyle. As you get older, there are many things you may do to improve your physical, mental, emotional, and social health: Stay Active Continue to exercise and move your body to…

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Hiring a Caregiver
Hiring a Caregiver
By Jennifer Thompson, 8:56 am on October 29, 2021

You’re grateful for everything your parents have done for you over the years, and you’re eager to repay the favor by caring for them as they age and begin to struggle with daily tasks. However, caring for an aging parent is not the same as parenting children. Keep this in mind if your parents require assistance. Home Care Assistance of Nashville…

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Combating Depression in Seniors
Combating Depression in Seniors
By Jennifer Thompson, 9:10 am on October 15, 2021

Depression is not a normal part of aging, but it affects millions of seniors. Depression, if left untreated, can make it more difficult for the elderly to recover from illness or injury and can have a negative effect on their quality of life. It has the potential to influence everything from appetite to socialization to physical activity. Recognizing depression symptoms…

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Home Security Tips to Keep Seniors Safe
Home Security Tips to Keep Seniors Safe
By Jennifer Thompson, 1:38 pm on September 24, 2021

As more seniors prefer to age in place in their own homes, many family members are concerned about their loved one’s health and safety: What if there’s a fire, flood, or carbon monoxide leak? What if Mom falls? What happens if Dad has a heart attack or a stroke? What if a break-in attempt is made? Adult children, especially those who…

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Preparing for Each Stage of Alzheimer's
Preparing for Each Stage of Alzheimer's
By Jennifer Thompson, 2:55 pm on September 15, 2021

If your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, it’s important to pay attention to their symptoms and to act if it seems like their cognitive function has worsened. Alzheimer’s is a neurodegenerative disease that progresses over time. That means seniors who have Alzheimer’s need a unique level of care as their cognitive decline increases. Although everyone experiences Alzheimer’s…

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In Home Care
In Home Care
By Jennifer Thompson, 1:58 pm on August 27, 2021

Is a senior loved one struggling with essential indoor tasks and chores? If maintaining a clean house, for example, becomes too difficult for them, their home may become cluttered, uncomfortable, and even unsafe. Seniors sometimes need extra assistance with keeping their homes tidy. As older adults age, their muscles often become weaker, and joints become more painful. Physical limitations may…

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24 Hour Home Care
24 Hour Home Care
By Jennifer Thompson, 1:38 pm on August 13, 2021

Seniors who have chronic health conditions or physical and emotional limitations may require round-the-clock care at home, but providing the constant care that they require can be difficult for families to manage. Why Choose 24-Hour Home Care? With 24-hour home care, seniors can maintain their independence while receiving round-the-clock assistance from caregivers in the comfort of their own homes. That…

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