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9 Ways for Seniors to Get Involved!

9 Ways for Seniors to Get Involved!

Millions of aging Americans are reticent to give up on activities just because of their years on the calendar. Their refusal to fade into the sunset i

Aging in Place, Companionship, Parents Care, Senior Care Tips, Senior Psychology

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National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month to help Americans unite in the fight against this chronic brain condition that progressive

Alzheimer's, Dementia, Family Caregivers, Senior Care Tips

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12 Tips for Communicating When Grandma Has Hearing Loss

12 Tips for Communicating When Grandma Has Hearing Loss

It’s a quiet Friday in the office.  The phones aren’t ringing.  The door isn’t opening.  No one is even searching through file drawers.  And

Hearing Loss, Parents Care, Senior Care Tips

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Summer Travel with Seniors

Summer Travel with Seniors

Summers are often the ideal time for family to travel with elderly parents on vacations, to reunions, or on group outings with family and friends. Whe

Parents Care, Senior Travel

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Exercising the Aging Brain

Exercising the Aging Brain

A regular cognitive workout can improve your concentration, comprehension, and recall in everyday life. The more you challenge your brain, the more br

Parents Care, Senior Health Concerns

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When People with Dementia Repeat Themselves

When People with Dementia Repeat Themselves

As I was visiting with a new client to initiate services for her in her home, she told me the same story over and over and over again!  Her son told

Alzheimer's, Dementia

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What is Hospice?

What is Hospice?

The following is taken from a presentation entitled, “Always to Care: The Soul of End of Life Ethics and Decision Making,” presented by David Hott

End of Life, Hospice

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Dementia Care: 5 Activities for People with Memory Loss

Dementia Care: 5 Activities for People with Memory Loss

When you are caring for family members with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, it’s easy to get caught up in the tasks of daily living and t

Alzheimer's, Dementia, Parents Care, Senior Care Tips

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Elder Care in Minnesota: Parkinson’s Care

Elder Care in Minnesota: Parkinson's Care

Although Parkinson’s disease is not fatal itself, the Centers for Disease Control lists Parkinson’s complications as the 14th leading cause of dea

Caregiving, Parkinson's

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How Love and Concern Can Dehumanize Seniors

How Love and Concern Can Dehumanize Seniors

Americans are busy.  We schedule our days full from end-to-end, and life becomes a series of items on a checklist.  Sometimes, our elderly parents b

Home Care, In-Home Care, Parents Care, Senior Psychology

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