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Senior Care Spring Activities
Senior Care Spring Activities
By Jennifer Thompson, 11:13 am on May 7, 2021

Spring has arrived! It’s hard to believe, but it’s true! After months of being hold up in a cold house, the time has come to get out of the house and be with nature and friends. Unfortunately, jumping into spring can be a bit more difficult for the elderly. If you’re providing senior care for a loved one, here are…

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Preparing for a medical emergency
Preparing for a medical emergency
By Jennifer Thompson, 1:13 pm on April 30, 2021

Whether you are a senior or a caregiver taking care of a senior, it is essential to always be prepared for a medical emergency. Since seniors become further at risk of an accident as they age it is important to be proactive when it comes to planning. You could save a senior’s life by having a plan ready during an emergency….

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Senior Care Exercises At Home
Senior Care Exercises At Home
By Jennifer Thompson, 1:25 pm on March 24, 2021

While the pandemic continues on, many gym memberships remain on pause. But that’s okay! For seniors, there are plenty of alternative ways to stay active right from home. We’re sharing some of our favorite simple at-home exercises below. Stretch It Out Whether you stretch before or after your workout (or both), this is a key component of your workout! Stretching…

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Seniors Playing Chess
Seniors Playing Chess
By Jennifer Thompson, 11:59 am on March 4, 2021

Sometimes it is easy to forget about all the different lifestyle factors that have an impact on overall health as we age. We tend to forget about keeping our brains healthy, but our physical health is a top priority. As a senior, boosting your brain health is equally as important! Take a look below where we’re sharing the top factors…

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In Home Care Tips
In Home Care Tips
By Jennifer Thompson, 4:10 pm on February 22, 2021

While your senior ages peacefully and comfortably in their own home, there really isn’t anything more critical than making sure they are safe at all times! If you are ready to help make your loved one’s home safer and more accessible for them, there are several steps you can take. Read through our favorite in-home care tips below and help…

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Senior Walking in a Cold Month
Senior Walking in a Cold Month
By Jennifer Thompson, 2:49 pm on February 4, 2021

In Nashville, Tennessee, we’re not quite safe from the winter season! We endure the colder temperatures, some snowfall, and even ice! This can make it more challenging for seniors to stay active in the winter, but instead, try to embrace the season and look towards new opportunities! Read through our best tips below for seniors to stay active this winter….

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Holding a Loved One's Hand
Holding a Loved One's Hand
By Jennifer Thompson, 11:52 am on January 22, 2021

You probably have a lot of questions and are feeling overwhelmed if you have just learned your senior loved one has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease. This is normal and can be a trying time for a family, but it is important to know that there is always hope. To provide the best care possible for your senior during this…

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Senior New Year
Senior New Year
By Jennifer Thompson, 3:48 pm on January 6, 2021

A new year is a chance for a fresh start, and 2021 is no exception. The new year presents seniors with a unique opportunity to create new goals, implement healthier habits, and help them live happier and feel better. The issue is never really making resolutions, but rather it’s seeing them through to completion. So, we’ve come up with five…

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Dementia Care
Dementia Care
By Jennifer Thompson, 11:32 am on December 18, 2020

It can be challenging to watch your senior loved one with dementia struggle to have a conversation. Your senior might even become frustrated with the task. Dementia adversely affects your senior’s ability to focus, think, understand, and respond while carrying on a conversation. However, there are ways you can better communicate with your senior loved one. Read through our advice…

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How to Recognize Mental Health Problems in the Elderly
How to Recognize Mental Health Problems in the Elderly
By Jennifer Thompson, 9:14 am on December 1, 2020

Do you know the signs of mental health illness? If you have a senior loved one in home care, you should absolutely take the time to learn what they are. It is unfortunately very common for seniors to experience mental health issues, like depression and anxiety, and these illnesses often go untreated. Some of the signs can be harder to…

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