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Seniors are More Than Their Physical Needs

Seniors are More Than Their Physical Needs

It is pretty much a given that when assessing a senior for assisted home care, the client will have medical problems or physical limitations brought o

Caregiving, Home Care, In-Home Care, Mental Health, Parents Care, Senior Psychology

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Depression Is Not a Normal Part of Aging

Depression Is Not a Normal Part of Aging

“Lorraine’s” at-home caregiver always arrived on time and ready to perform her homemaking tasks, but Lorraine could never decide what she wanted

Mental Health, Parents Care, Senior Care Tips

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Growing Old: There’s Still Work to Do

Growing Old:  There’s Still Work to Do

Older adults are managing two paradoxical developmental tasks: Trying to maintain control in a world where all control is being lost. Creating a

Family Caregivers, Mental Health, Parents Care, Senior Care Tips, Senior Psychology

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Why Your Elderly Parents Might Be Petty and Demanding

Why Your Elderly Parents Might Be Petty and Demanding

Are elderly parents petty and demanding? Someone actually found our blog by searching Google with that question.  You can just imagine her frustra

Boundaries, Caregiving, Mental Health, Parents Care, Senior Health Concerns

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Senior Mental Health: Combat the Holiday Blues

Senior Mental Health:  Combat the Holiday Blues

After one Christmas, “Marion” called our office, incensed that someone had called to wish her a happy birthday and a merry Christmas.  As a provi

Holidays, Mental Health, Senior Health Concerns

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