Healthy Eating for Seniors

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Healthy eating as you age is possible and necessary. Senior nutrition requires an approach focused on important nutrients to meet the needs of an older adult. Nutritional needs change as…

4 Proven Tips to Fight Cognitive Decline

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Avoiding or delaying cognitive decline in older age may be possible with these four tips on supporting brain health. At a certain point in aging, the body takes more time…

Memory Care Options: Which Is Best for Me?

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Specialized support and assistance can increase health, happiness, and comfort for someone living with dementia. Learn about your options. A diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia can…

Helping a Loved One Transition to Assisted Living

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Helping a loved one transition to assisted living begins long before move-in day and continues for as long as it takes. Our tips are here to help. Your loved one…

When a Parent Doesn’t Want to Move to Assisted Living

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Moving to assisted living is a difficult transition sometimes met with apprehension. Understanding your loved one's concerns can help ease the discussion and process. Transitions are tricky at any age,…

Choosing the Right Respite Care Provider

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When choosing a respite caregiver, finding a provider you can entrust to provide quality care to your loved one is critical. Finding a respite care provider for your loved one…

Assisted Living or Home Care: What’s the Right Choice?

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Choosing between home care and assisted living can be stressful and complex. Learn more about your options and what’s best for you. You may start to notice that your loved…

The Difference Between Skilled Nursing and Nursing Home Care

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According to the CDC, around 1.7 million people reside in one of the 15,000 nursing homes around the country in a given year. However, these long-term care facilities provide different services based…

Signs That It’s Time for Home Care

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There’s no defined timeline for the use of home care services, and in this article, we will share information that will help you identify when it's time to get home…

Tips for Choosing the Right Home Care Provider

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Home care is a non-medical service provided in homes and sometimes in community settings. Most home care is provided to seniors, though some agencies offer services to individuals with intellectual…

Tips to Help Aging Parents

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Adapting to the changes as your loved one ages is hard, but there are ways to help support them. This requires understanding age-related changes and also caring for yourself. The…

6 Signs It Might Be Time for Memory Care

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Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia in the U.S., affecting more than six million people, and more than 11 million family members care for someone with dementia.…