Planning Ahead with Your Aging Parent

Planning Ahead with Your Aging Parent in San Antonio , TX

The average life expectancy in the United States is around 80 years old, and many people live well into their 80s and 90s, some going past 100. There is no way of knowing exactly how long someone will live. This can make caring for an aging parent even more challenging because you don’t know what … Continue reading Planning Ahead with Your Aging Parent

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Spring Activities to Do with Aging Parents

Spring Activities to Do with Aging Parents in San Antonio, TX

As winter fades away, there are more opportunities to get out and about. Busy schedules and bad weather may have kept you from spending as much time with your aging parents as you had hoped, but now you can get back into the swing of things. Regular visits can be a great way to strengthen … Continue reading Spring Activities to Do with Aging Parents

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Allergies and Aging: What You Need to Know

Allergies and Aging : What You Need to Know San Antonio, TX

The transition from winter to spring can be a beautiful time in San Antonio, TX. More animals emerge, the grass turns green, buds form on trees, and flowers begin to bloom. But along with this beauty, also comes the annoyance of seasonal allergies. Tree pollen and mold come out in full force and can cause … Continue reading Allergies and Aging: What You Need to Know

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Now What? When Seniors are Resistant to Accepting Help

When Seniors are Resistant to Accepting Help San Antonio, TX

As a family member, it can be easy to see that your aging parent or loved one could benefit from some extra help. They may not need to go into assisted living or a nursing home yet, but having some assistance around their home could make it safer and easier for them to continue aging … Continue reading Now What? When Seniors are Resistant to Accepting Help

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A Talk About the Walk – Alzheimer’s Association and Always Best Care

Patrick and Wendy O’Kane met with the Alzheimer’s Association Co-Chairs for the “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” on Thursday, January 11th at the Alzheimer’s Association office. Above is a photo of the Leadership group: Nikki Smith – Director Alz. staff. Wendy O’Kane, Trevor Baer (ALZ Staff and Walk Manager), Janet and Bill Zinsmeyer (Co-Chairs), Alisha and … Continue reading A Talk About the Walk – Alzheimer’s Association and Always Best Care

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