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1. Avoid using small throw rugs and clutter that may cause trips.2. Install grab bars and handrails next to the toilet, shower, and along stairways.3. Keep electrical cords hidden and carefully tucked...

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When people hear of dementia, they often think that it is a disease of it is own. However, dementia is an umbrella term for a set of symptoms that present themselves over time. Here are some examples ...

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Did you know that the average person loses concentration after 90 minutes of continuously working on a task? This emphasizes how important it is to take a break.

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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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A huge part of maintaining your senior loved ones’ health is helping them prepare their meals. Help your loved ones cook not only healthy meals but delicious ones, too.

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1. Becoming cynical and detached2. Physical and emotional exhaustion3. A feeling of inefficacy and lack of personal accomplishment

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1. Persistent Sadness2. Frequent Tearfulness3. Frequent Changes in Weight4. Difficulty Sleeping5. Pacing and Fidgeting

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A lot of older adults live with multimorbidity. Multimorbidity refers to having more than one health problem. Taking care of these seniors can be tricky since, more often than not, their medications m...

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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.•...