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Common Dental Problems with Aging

Common Dental Problems with Aging

Think about your loved one’s health for a second. What do you think of? You might be thinking about how much exercise they are getting or how much time they are spending outside in the sunshine. Or you might be thinking about their mental health and how much stress they may be facing on a … Continue reading Common Dental Problems with Aging

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Reducing the Risk of Falls for Seniors

Reducing the Risk of Falls for Seniors

When it comes to your senior falling down and not being able to get up, this is probably something you worry about on a regular basis. If your senior were to fall down and hurt themselves, this could end up with an extended stay in the hospital or worse. This is because senior’s bones and … Continue reading Reducing the Risk of Falls for Seniors

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Helping Loved Ones with Dementia Feel More Included

Helping Loved Ones with Dementia Feel More Included

If you’re not that aware of the dangers that are posed by dementia, then don’t feel alone. Many don’t understand this complicated medical condition and what can be done about it. While there is no cure right now for dementia or Alzheimer’s, there are plenty of ways that you can help your senior who’s receiving … Continue reading Helping Loved Ones with Dementia Feel More Included

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What You Need to Know About Alzheimer’s

What You Need to Know About Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most devastating conditions that many people face around the world. It absolutely destroys your memory in the long-run and can lead to early death. However, even though this is one of the most debilitating diseases that we know of, there is plenty of research going on that hopes to … Continue reading What You Need to Know About Alzheimer’s

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Six Strategies to Increase Communication with Individuals with Hearing Loss

Six Strategies to Increase Communication with Individuals with Hearing Loss

Even if you have a strong relationship with an elderly loved one, the onset of hearing loss can still lead to emotional strain.  In addition to this, your loved one may not be able to hear doctor’s instructions, dosage details from the pharmacist, or the sirens of approaching emergency vehicles as they cross the road. … Continue reading Six Strategies to Increase Communication with Individuals with Hearing Loss

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