Crucial Caregiver Advice: How to Keep Your Senior with Alzheimer’s Safe

One of the most challenging parts of looking after someone with Alzheimer’s is trying to keep them safe. Sadly, it is often the victim of the disease who poses the biggest threat to their well-being. The behaviors of those with Alzheimer’s (especially in the latter stages) can often be impulsive, uncontrolled, unpredictable, and downright dangerous. […]

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Senior Transport to Medical Appointments: Why No Elderly Person Should Be Without This Crucial Service

It’s no surprise that, as we age, everyday tasks become more demanding. Housekeeping, cooking, and home repairs often cannot be accomplished without some sort of help. Seniors may need assistance with their personal care, medication management, and even financial paperwork. Unfortunately, it’s not just things around the house that become difficult – issues can arise […]

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Care Coordination: How to Make Sure All Your Team Members Are On the Same Page

When you’re taking care of an elderly loved one at home, it can be challenging. There are doctors’ appointments to drive to, medications to pick up, and specialist recommendations to consider. Add in physical or occupational therapy for your senior two or three times a week, or injections/infusions from a visiting nurse, and care coordination […]

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Tips on Helping a Senior with Parkinson’s

There’s been a lot of press lately about Parkinson’s disease. Major public figures, including Janet Reno, Michael J. Fox, and Robin Williams, were all diagnosed with this shattering condition. Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological disorder, with symptoms typically appearing in one’s 50’s or 60’s, although they can appear earlier. No two people develop the disease […]

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