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Seniors are more prone to depression thanks to social isolation, decreased activity and increased medical problems, according to WebMD. While counseling and sunshine therapy can help manage symptoms of depression, one of the best ways to stay positive is to maintain a gratitude journal. Taking time to be thankful is usually part of the holiday…Read More
One of the most reliable, potent and accessible sources of instant joy for everyone, everywhere, any time is a scoop of cold ice cream on a hot summer day. This sentiment doesn’t change once you get older. An elderly parent is likely to enjoy National Ice Cream Day just as much as the children who…Read More
Being more active helps your senior to manage her mood, maintain muscle mass, and even sleep better. Talk with her doctor before she starts a new exercise plan to make sure it’s right for her. Once you’ve got that approval, try these ideas to help make exercise fun. Whatever it Is, She Needs to Enjoy…Read More
Happy Birthday to all who celebrate a birthday this month! As a person born in June, you are someone interesting indeed. First, you are genuinely nice people and virtually everyone wants to be your friend. In fact, you have an uncanny ability to turn foes into friends. You are also a sensitive person who tends…Read More
One important way you can keep yourself safe is to make sure your smoke alarm is working properly. Smoke alarms save lives! This we know is true. Yet, two thirds of home fire deaths occur in homes without working alarms. Age-related hearing loss may make it difficult for older adults to hear the sound…Read More
Embarrassing outbursts, like suddenly shouting nonsense words or even yelling things you find obscene, can be a part of your senior’s behavior out of the blue. They’re usually connected to over stimulation or your senior feeling uncomfortable or endangered, even if she’s in a safe situation. Very often this happens along the course of cognitive…Read More
There are many questions to ask when considering the need for support in the area of medication management. Do you (or your loved one) forget to take your medications? Do visual problems impact your ability to safely take medications as prescribed? Does arthritis make it difficult to handle medications or open medication containers or pillboxes?…Read More
May is Hepatitis Awareness Month. If you’re the caregiver to an older adult from the Baby Boomer generation, knowing about the disease may be especially important since people of that generation are at higher risk for one kind of hepatitis, hepatitis C. About Hepatitis Hepatitis is a condition in which the liver becomes inflamed, decreasing…Read More
Did you know? We have 206 bones in our body, and keeping them strong and healthy is important to your ability to be active and to do all the things you want to be able to do physically. Good ways to protect your bones include getting enough calcium, vitamin D, and engaging in weight-bearing and…Read More
SUPPORTING COPD CLIENTS AT HOME WITH SERVING SENIORS According to the COPD Foundation, “COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) is an umbrella term used to describe progressive lung diseases including emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and refractory (non-reversible) asthma. COPD is a progressive and (currently) incurable disease, but with the right diagnosis and treatment, there are many…Read More