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home care in the spring in Nashville, TN
home care in the spring in Nashville, TN
By Jennifer Thompson, 2:31 pm on April 25, 2019

Welcome, Spring! Warm weather is finally here in Nashville. That means we can start enjoying our time outdoors with our seniors! We make this a lot easier for you to do this season with a great home care plan for your senior. Want to make the most out of the outdoors with your senior this season Take a look at…

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Millennials Providing Senior Care
Millennials Providing Senior Care
By Jennifer Thompson, 12:16 pm on April 11, 2019

Think about the word “caregiver.” What comes to your mind? You probably don’t associate it with Millennials… but you should! Millennials ages 20 – 34 are a fast-growing group that is stepping into “primary” caregiver roles to take care of their grandparents. As a result, their parents are becoming “secondary” caregivers. The Millennial generation is taking on the responsibilities that…

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Senior Care - Depression
Senior Care - Depression
By Jennifer Thompson, 9:46 am on March 22, 2019

Unfortunately, among seniors, depression is a fairly common issue that many endure. There are quite a few causes and symptoms of elderly depression, all of which can completely affect the senior care and your loved one’s life. Since senior depression often goes unnoticed, it’s important to stay vigilant of the causes and the symptoms. Often times, seniors are reluctant to…

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Signs for Senior Care
Signs for Senior Care
By Jennifer Thompson, 11:14 am on March 7, 2019

If you have been trying to decide if your loved needs in-home senior care, that can be a difficult decision and we understand. What we find helpful letting you know and understand exactly what in-home senior care is and how it works. This is a service that lets your senior age in the comfort of their own home for as…

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Senior Home Care Tech Changes in Nashville, TN
Senior Home Care Tech Changes in Nashville, TN
By Jennifer Thompson, 12:31 pm on February 22, 2019

The future of home care is bright with continuously new and innovative technologies for aging adults. Detection devices can monitor safety and security for people concerned about fall prevention. A silent alarm can alert someone to check on Grandma if she doesn’t get out of bed by a predetermined time. Sensors can be used for so much more than home…

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In home care or adult day care
In home care or adult day care
By Jennifer Thompson, 11:22 am on February 8, 2019

When an aging loved one is counting on you for his or her wellness decisions, it’s a big responsibility. With so many providers and solutions for senior care, you might need to sift through a great deal of information to determine which is truly the best solution for your older friend or family member. Senior care centers are opening up in every…

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home care for older veterans
home care for older veterans
By Jennifer Thompson, 9:14 am on January 24, 2019

The U.S. elderly population continues to grow older, with agencies and health care programs seeking better ways to provide effective and affordable health care. Leading the way for many years, the Veterans Administration (VA) continues to provide innovative programs. In spite of its bureaucratic difficulties you have probably read about, the VA has a focused mission to help aging veterans….

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Paying for in home care with medicare
Paying for in home care with medicare
By Jennifer Thompson, 8:20 am on January 11, 2019

What can you do when your loved one gets out of the hospital but needs more help than you are qualified or able to give? Will Medicare pay for in home care? The answer is maybe. When a loved one is sick or recovering from a serious illness or surgery, he or she might need skilled nursing care, specialized therapy,…

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10 health snacks for older adults in senior care
10 health snacks for older adults in senior care
By Jennifer Thompson, 1:34 pm on December 19, 2018

Our older adults in senior care require proper nutrition just as much as younger adults. It’s important for people of all ages to eat a healthy variety of foods, including daily fruits and vegetables, with high-quality protein, nuts, seeds, and legumes. Reducing red meat, lunchmeats, processed foods, and sugary snacks is smart. Our bodies need to absorb vitamins and minerals…

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5 Early Signs of Alzheimer's Disease
5 Early Signs of Alzheimer's Disease
By Jennifer Thompson, 12:39 pm on December 11, 2018

Have you ever misplaced your keys? This is normal. Have you met someone and forgotten his or her name within a minute? This shouldn’t cause worry either. These are both normal memory lapses that people deal with occasionally. When memory loss begins to affect quality of life because of forgetting appointments or getting lost in a familiar neighborhood, these problems…

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