Always Best Care Senior Services Available in Louisville, Kentucky

Always Best Care Senior Services Available in Louisville, Kentucky

Always Best Care provides services to the seniors of Louisville, Kentucky, as well as to seniors in many other cities in America. Our stated aim at Always Best Care is to improve the lives of seniors however we can. For some seniors, this means connecting them to the best assisted living communities in and around … Continue reading Always Best Care Senior Services Available in Louisville, Kentucky

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Improving Long-Distance Caregiving

Improving Long-Distance Caregiving in Louisville

It is not always possible to live close to an aging parent, especially if they want to age in place. If you have moved away, and they are adamant about staying in their own home rather than moving to a nearby assisted living community, nursing home, or in with you, it can require some strategic … Continue reading Improving Long-Distance Caregiving

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6 Benefits of Hiring a Personal Trainer for Seniors

6 Benefits of Hiring a Personal Trainer in Louisville for Seniors

Spring is on the way, and that means getting out and about to enjoy the warmer weather. It’s a time to start gardening, golfing, and playing with grandkids at the park. However, in order to make the most of this time, seniors need to be feeling strong and able to navigate their surroundings. Hiring a … Continue reading 6 Benefits of Hiring a Personal Trainer for Seniors

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MYTH BUSTER: Too Old to Learn?

MYTH BUSTER: Too Old to Learn?

Charles Betty earned his Ph.D. after completing a 48,000-word thesis on the reasons elderly expats living in Spain return to the United Kingdom. Ho hum, you say? Betty was 95 years old and a D-Day veteran who earned the Legion d’Honneur for his service. Not to mention, he finished the course while caring for his … Continue reading MYTH BUSTER: Too Old to Learn?

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You May Control Your Risk for Alzheimer’s

You May Control Your Risk for Alzheimer’s

New research shows that each of us may have more control over the likelihood of getting Alzheimer’s than we thought. When Margaret Daffodil Graham, 74, heard that a local hospital was on the lookout for people with hypertension to volunteer for a study, she jumped on the opportunity. Like over 100 million Americans, Graham suffers from … Continue reading You May Control Your Risk for Alzheimer’s

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