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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month at Always Best Care Clinton Township, so we decided to answer some of the most frequently asked questions seniors have about breast cancer risk, examinations, and prevention. Read on to increase your breast cancer IQ and discover how our non medical home care service helps keep Michigan families in … Continue reading Building Breast Cancer Awareness: Top-4 FAQ for Seniors→
On average, older adults in Michigan spend 17 days in a hospital or healthcare setting each year. Given how frequently your loved one may need to visit the doctor, it’s important to develop some strategies to help manage stress and keep your loved one safe. To that end, the AARP recently published a start-to-finish guide … Continue reading Stress-Busting Doctor’s Visits with Senior Care in Michigan→
Family history is a precious gift. If stories, traditions, and information are not passed down from one generation to the next, eventually they will be lost and forgotten. It can be fun for families to get to know more about their past and what life was like years ago. It can also build a sense … Continue reading Pass It Down: Preserving Family History and Traditions→
Over the past few years, the world has changed a lot, especially when it comes to the major surge in technology. Generations of the past weren’t on social media or the Internet, and they didn’t play video games or have cell phones. This can make it harder for grandparents and grandchildren to connect because they … Continue reading Building Connections to Overcome Aging→
Today’s post discusses the implications of Michigan’s growing “elder orphan” population, and explains how home care assistance makes life better for seniors living alone without regular access to friends and family. ‘Elder Orphans’ Multiply in Clinton Township, Michigan An “elder orphan” is someone who enters seniorhood without a close support system in place to help … Continue reading Home Care Assistance Makes Life Better for Michigan’s ‘Elder Orphans’→
A meta-analysis of research conducted by Carol Marak recently identified 4 definitive stages of aging that may help you better understand and plan for your aging parents’ care needs. To that end, today’s post runs down all 4 stages, and explains how non medical senior care makes life easier every step of the way. Non … Continue reading Optimizing the 4 Stages of Aging with Non Medical Senior Care→
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Combatting Loneliness: Staying Connected While Apart
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, many seniors have found themselves self-isolating for several weeks. Older adults, especially those with underlying health conditions, are at greater risk when it comes to...