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Make Mealtime Easier for Seniors with Dementia with these Tips

Poor or loss of appetite and pickiness are only some reasons that make mealtimes difficult for our senior loved ones. Add this to a dementia diagnosis, and the challenges increase tenfold. Now their food choices are a matter of preference and somethi...

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When to Consider Assistive Devices for Your Elderly

Not all seniors experience significant health deterioration; some remain healthy and active throughout their golden years. However, regular wear and tear through the decades can cause them to be at higher risk for falls and injuries. This makes mobil...

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Mental Health Activities for Seniors

Maintaining good mental health and well-being is important in our senior years to ensure healthy cognitive function. You can do this through various activities and staying connected with friends, family, and the community. As a provider of home care ...

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Safety Risks When Caring for a Person with Dementia

Dementia symptoms vary from one person to another but they are generally characterized by symptoms such as confusion, disorientation, difficulty in mobility and coordination, and memory loss which can come with various safety risks at home. This is w...

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Non-Medical Therapies to Support Seniors with Alzheimer’s

When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia, the main concern is how family members can provide their loved ones with the comfort and care they need to live meaningful and happy lives. As such, there have been extensiv...

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Meaningful Activities for Loved Ones with Alzheimer’s

Participating in productive activities can help patients with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia feel empowered and independent. However, since patients with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia require more support and care with daily l...

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