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4 Categories of Signs Your Parent Might Need Homecare

4 Categories of Signs Your Parent Might Need Homecare

While we may not want to think about it, eventually even the most active and healthy parent may need some type of homecare. Sometimes it happens in a way that is obvious to us, perhaps there is an injury or a surgery or the sudden onset of a medical condition. More...
Medical Alert Systems – 4 Things You Should Know

Medical Alert Systems – 4 Things You Should Know

Often times, when we think “Medical Alert Systems”, we think of that commercial from the 1980’s in which an elderly woman falls and desperately cries out, “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up!”. What a frightening message....
8 Things to Know About Tremors

8 Things to Know About Tremors

Tremors at any age can be worrisome. Many of us have experience isolated trembling when fighting off a bad flu or when frightened. But in older people, or in people of any age who have them with regularity, tremors can be a sign of something else going on in the body...
7 Excellent Resources for Seniors

7 Excellent Resources for Seniors

Finding the right resources can make all the difference in life. Are you or do you know a senior who had chosen to age-in-place? (For more info on aging in place, click here). Are you looking for ways to maintain or increase your independence while you live at home?...
4 Recommendations for Better Balance at Any Age

4 Recommendations for Better Balance at Any Age

One doesn’t have to be older to have balance issues. While younger people can suffer from balance problems, it is much more commonly found in the older population. Balance and strength challenges often go hand in hand, or rather foot-in-foot. Balance and Age...
3 Ways to Manage Diabetes in Older Adults

3 Ways to Manage Diabetes in Older Adults

While managing diabetes can be challenging for anyone, it presents unique hurdles for the older adult. If a diabetic patient lives in assisted living, then the condition will be managed and healthy living promoted by medical service staff. But for the adult who is...