Senior Caregivers Debunk The Top-4 Myths Of Older Adult Falls

Senior Caregivers Debunk the Top-4 Myths of Older Adult Falls

Seniors fall injuries are an epidemic in Brookfield, Wisconsin. Fall prevention and awareness is key, so our senior caregivers set to debunking 4 of the biggest senior fall misconceptions in 2020! Myth #1 – Wisconsin Senior Fall Rates Are The Same As Other States Seniors falls are an “epidemic” in Brookfield, Wisconsin and the surrounding … Continue reading Senior Caregivers Debunk The Top-4 Myths Of Older Adult Falls

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5 New Year’s Resolution Ideas for Seniors

5 New Year’s Resolution Ideas for Seniors

Another year has come and gone, and a new one has just begun. It’s never too late to make positive changes in your life to boost your health and happiness. New Year’s resolutions often get a bad rap because many people set their sights high and then lose motivation partway through the year. However, setting … Continue reading 5 New Year’s Resolution Ideas for Seniors

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Improving Cardiovascular Health After 50 with Senior Care

Improving Cardiovascular Health After 50 with Senior Care in Brookfield

According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, heart disease is the number one cause of death for older adults in both Wisconsin and the United States. So if you’re in charge of caring for a loved one, heart health ought to be a priority. With that in mind, today’s post details exactly what not … Continue reading Improving Cardiovascular Health After 50 with Senior Care

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6 Ways Seniors Can Ward Off the Winter Blues

Winter can be a tough time because the daylight hours are shorter, temperatures are colder, and days are often drearier. Being stuck inside can make anyone feel more depressed and anxious. Plus, seniors may feel down around the holidays thinking about loved ones they’ve lost along the way. But there are plenty of ways to … Continue reading 6 Ways Seniors Can Ward Off the Winter Blues

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Silent Night: Improving Sleep Hygiene with Non Medical Senior Care

Silent Night: Improving Sleep Hygiene with Non Medical Senior Care

Sleep quality is key for healthy aging and a successful holiday season. Unfortunately, according to research by the University of Wisconsin, more than 36% of the senior population reports recurring sleep problems. If your loved one isn’t getting the “silent night” sleep they need this holiday season, try implementing the following tips to improve sleep … Continue reading Silent Night: Improving Sleep Hygiene with Non Medical Senior Care

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