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The Hidden Dangers of Social Isolation for Seniors and Their Caregivers

Social isolation, especially for seniors and their caregivers, is a growing concern. We’re here to share some awesome ways to stay connected!

4 Actions to Take When Your Loved One Has A Fall

Rest: Make sure your loved one can rest and relax as much as possible. If they need help with this, get in touch with a professional caregiver who can assist them with getting up and moving around. Ice: Apply ice packs to any injuries or areas where bruising has occurred. This will help reduce swelling …

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5 Fun Outdoor Activities for Seniors Living with Dementia

As your loved one’s dementia progresses, finding activities you can enjoy together may become more complex. For example, you might be interested in taking a trip to the beach or hiking through a nearby forest, but you’re afraid that it will be too stressful for your loved one. The best way to keep your loved …

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How to Safety Proof Your Home for the Elderly

How to Safety Proof Your Home for the Elderly Safety proofing your home is advisable not just for babies but also for your aging loved ones. Falls among the elderly often happen due to hazards within their living space. Simple fixes can prevent injuries, protect your family, and give you peace of mind, especially if …

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Five Easy Indoor Exercises for Seniors to Stay Active in Winter

Five Easy Indoor Exercises for Seniors to Stay Active in Winter Oh, the weather outside is frightfulBut staying active is so delightfulAnd since we’ve no place to goLet’s get some post-workout glow! Did you know just a couple of minutes of moderate aerobics can leave you with a feel-good afterglow for up to 12 hours? …

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Preventing Falls In Elderly Loved Ones

Preventing Falls In Elderly Loved Ones According to the Centers for Disease Control, falls are the leading cause of both non-fatal injuries and fatalities in older adults: This shocking statistic further notes that 1 out of 4 adults, over the age of 65, falls each year. Due to the risk of serious health complications resulting …

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