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1. Run errands together. This will also let you spend quality time with them.2. Daily chores. Give them small tasks such as sweeping, dusting and others.3. Home equipment. Try finding home equipment t...

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1. Creating arts and crafts2. Going dancing3. Playing golf4. Tending to a garden5. Volunteering

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Most people think that running is only for young people. But many seniors not only love to go running but do it constantly as well. The benefits of running are numerous. If you don’t feel like running...

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As you age, your skin gets thinner, wrinkled, and dry. But you can still keep your skin healthy! Here are some tips: • Drink enough water.• Use moisturizers.• Take fewer baths and use milder soap.•...

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Becoming healthy is not just for people with non-disabilities. Even those with handicaps can stay fit! If your loved ones have mobility limitations due to some disability, there are still many things ...

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People with physical or mental challenges need the type and quality of health care that fits not just their unique situations but their needs as a whole. Like people with non-disabilities, they still ...

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Why Should Your Senior Loved Ones Avail of Home Health Care? You might think that the quality of services offered in care facilities is greater than that provided by home caregivers. This is not al...

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As you age, it becomes harder for your body to go through heavy-impact exercises. Caregivers Unlimited LLC understands this very well, so we have formulated a list of low-impact routines that can help...

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Did you know that by age 75, 1 in every 3 men does not get any physical activity? The same goes, too, for 1 in every 2 women. Keep your elderly loved ones fit by encouraging them to exercise! #Triv...

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Get a good measure of your senior loved ones’ heart health by knowing the generally recommended numbers: 1. Total cholesterol of less than or equal to 200 mg/dL 2. Fasting blood sugar of less th...