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Music means different things to different people. Some people use music as a hobby or something to enjoy while they work or workout. Other people study music and make it more of a lifestyle. Seniors can experience many benefits from being involved with music. A professional caregiver from Always Best Care can ensure that your … Continue reading How Woodlands TX Seniors Can Benefit from Music→
Because one-third of the adult population experiences some degree of hearing loss between the ages of 65 and 74, adult children and elderly care Woodlands TX professionals who interact with seniors should know and watch for the warning signs and symptoms of hearing loss so they can help seniors quickly get the help they need. … Continue reading Helping Your Senior Loved One with the Challenge of Hearing Loss→
In the U.S., 5.3 million people have Alzheimer’s disease. In fact, to help combat this condition, the state of Texas has even formed an Alzheimer’s Disease Partnership. This form of dementia can start slowly and the sooner you seek help for your senior family member the better the outlook will be. Look for the following … Continue reading Spotting the Early Warning Signs of Alzheimer’s→
Many things change as we get older. One of them is that we tend to spend more time alone. Of course, if you have a loving companion animal, you’ll never actually have to feel like you’re isolated. A pet can be a great benefit to your emotional and physical health. Let’s face it, pets just … Continue reading Enjoy All the Benefits of a Devoted Pet→
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→
Chronic Care Solutions: Improving Patient Outcomes
One of the challenges that many seniors face with aging is dealing with chronic health conditions. Whether they struggle with arthritis, dementia, diabetes, COPD, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, or another...