Fun Fall Activities for Seniors

Assisted Living

Fall is almost here, which means that everyone will be enjoying relief from the summer heat. The region is home to many fall festivals and activities, making autumn a wonderful time for area families to get together and celebrate what many consider to be the most pleasant season on the calendar. The holidays are also … Continue reading Fun Fall Activities for Seniors

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Summer Safety for Seniors

Always Safe

When thinking about what you’re going to be doing this summer, you probably aim to spend as much time outside as possible, right? Well, that’s true for many seniors out there who are receiving elderly care in San Antonio. Those summers are stunning and it’s important that you cherish these times before those harsh winters … Continue reading Summer Safety for Seniors

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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

The statistics for seniors and falling make for some rather depressing reading. Every year, one in three people over the age of 64 suffers from a fall, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Unfortunately, the frailty of a senior’s bones in older age has led to falling becoming more of a deadly … Continue reading Reducing the Risk of Falls for Seniors

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Helping Loved Ones with Dementia Feel More Included

On the face of it, dementia and depression both cause many of the same symptoms. It’s one of the reasons why family members or friends sometimes struggle to recognize that their loved one is dealing with both conditions at the same time. Whether it’s a general apathy towards getting involved in activities or a withdrawal … Continue reading Helping Loved Ones with Dementia Feel More Included

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