Senior-Proofing the Stairs

Senior-Proofing the Stairs

People who are 65 years old and older are more likely to suffer from falling accidents. In fact, a study shows that one third of the senior population visit the emergency room each year due to falling accidents. Stairs are one of the biggest threats to the quality of life of older individuals. Elderly care … Continue reading Senior-Proofing the Stairs

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Awesome Woodlands TX Activities for Kids and Seniors

Awesome Woodlands TX Activities for Kids and Seniors

Children and elderly individuals share a love for the simple things in life. This is the reason why Always Best Care, the leading senior care provider in the Woodlands encourages their clients to spend time with their young family members for at least a few hours a week. Here are some activities that both seniors … Continue reading Awesome Woodlands TX Activities for Kids and Seniors

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Battle Alzheimer’s Disease with a Helping Hand

Battle Alzheimer’s Disease with a Helping Hand

  1 in 9 people aged 65 and older are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease, so, of the 5.4 million Americans currently struggling with the disease, 5.2 million of them are seniors. In order to preserve the best quality of life for you, your family, and your senior loved one; it is important to catch … Continue reading Battle Alzheimer’s Disease with a Helping Hand

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Choosing a Senior Caregiver in Houston

Choosing a Senior Caregiver in Houston

While we might want to quit our job to take care of our senior loved one ourselves, financial responsibilities have to be met. Therefore, to ensure their safety, many families choose to hire senior caregivers. There are two types of caregivers, independent unlicensed ones and company-hired professionals. Sure, independent caregivers may charge less per hour … Continue reading Choosing a Senior Caregiver in Houston

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Aerobic Exercise for Seniors Can Reduce Memory Loss

Aerobic Exercise for Seniors Can Reduce Memory Loss

Exercise is known to boost heart health and emotional well-being, but new research has added another health benefit to physical activity: the diminished risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s. However, many seniors find that mobility issues make it harder to exercise or find that they need a companion for motivation. It is important to note that researchers … Continue reading Aerobic Exercise for Seniors Can Reduce Memory Loss

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