Healthy Living to Reduce Stroke Risk

Making healthy choices is an essential part of daily life. Simple changes in diet, exercise, and lifestyle can have a positive impact on your health and help reduce risk of many illnesses, diseases, and other conditions, including strokes. May is National Stroke Awareness Month and a great time to brush up on what you need … Continue reading Healthy Living to Reduce Stroke Risk

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Tips for Living with Arthritis

While arthritis can affect people of all ages, it is something that many older adults struggle with and that can affect quality of life. Stiff, painful joints can make moving around and doing daily tasks more difficult. While your first response may be to slow down and stop doing things you enjoy because of arthritis, … Continue reading Tips for Living with Arthritis

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3 Technologies Useful for Seniors to Combat Loneliness

There are many reasons why senior citizens develop feelings of loneliness and depression; from the death of a spouse or companion, to living alone in solitude, to the negative effects of social isolation. We all fantasize about retirement; however, the absence of work often exacerbates feeling of solitude and despair. Remember, although having a career … Continue reading 3 Technologies Useful for Seniors to Combat Loneliness

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Always on Call

Always on Call is provided by Meridian Health Services Network and American Well, a third party company not affiliated with Always Best Care. Importantly, Always on Call is a telemedicine service, and should not be confused with health insurance.

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Helping Your Aging Parent with Spring Cleaning

Spring will be here before you know it, and with that comes longer daylight hours and warmer weather; a perfect time to clear out the cobwebs, wipe away the dust, and de-clutter. Spring cleaning is not only a great way to stay organized, but for seniors, it can reduce the risk of injury and falls … Continue reading Helping Your Aging Parent with Spring Cleaning

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