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Unique Places to Take Your Dad for Socialization

Unique Places to Take Your Dad for Socialization

Posted Jun 19th, 2019 in Caregiver Support

You need to make sure your dad remains social. Loneliness affects mental and physical health. Here are some unique places where he can be social.

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Four Chair Exercises That Work the Whole Body

Four Chair Exercises That Work the Whole Body

Posted Jun 11th, 2019 in Health & Wellbeing, Caregiver Support

Experts say every adult should get 30 minutes of exercise at least 5 days a week. You can use this list of chair exercises that are designed to work the whole body.

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Check Your Parents' Home for These Six Warning Signs

Check Your Parents' Home for These Six Warning Signs

Posted May 29th, 2019 in Health & Wellbeing, Caregiver Support

How do you know when your parents can no longer manage aging at home without help? You can look at their house for these six issues.

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5 Expert Tips for Reducing Caregiver Guilt

5 Expert Tips for Reducing Caregiver Guilt

Posted May 24th, 2019 in Caregiver Support

The emotional and physical stress of caregiving is common for all the responsibilities that they have. However, Dr.Barry J. Jacobs an AARP caregiving expert, shares 5 useful tips to reduce the guilt that caregiving often causes.

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Six Steps to a Respite Plan that Works

Six Steps to a Respite Plan that Works

Posted Apr 17th, 2019 in Caregiver Support

Formulating a respite care plan isn’t difficult. The challenge can be formulating a plan that really works.

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Hiring Home Health Care Providers for Post-Surgery Recovery

Hiring Home Health Care Providers for Post-Surgery Recovery

Posted Mar 14th, 2019 in Caregiver Support, Homecare

Family caregivers that want to make sure their aging relative is cared for completely often hire home health care providers for post-surgery recovery.

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When Elderly Adults Can’t Dress Themselves

When Elderly Adults Can’t Dress Themselves

Posted Feb 27th, 2019 in Caregiver Support

Dexterity and flexibility that they have taken for granted for decades slowly slips away when health conditions strike. Even something as basic as getting dressed and undressed can become a major obstacle. So, what can family caregivers do when elderly adults can’t dress themselves?

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Helping Seniors Use Reading Magnifiers

Helping Seniors Use Reading Magnifiers

Posted Feb 20th, 2019 in Health & Wellbeing, Caregiver Support

Since reading is an enjoyable hobby and the ability is important for any number of things, it’s wise for family caregivers to investigate whether reading magnifiers might make a difference.

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Senior-Friendly Pets That Require Little Care

Senior-Friendly Pets That Require Little Care

Posted Jan 16th, 2019 in Health & Wellbeing, Caregiver Support

Companionship and unconditional love are two of the things seniors gain when they bring home a pet. Pets help with emotional health because they reduce anxiety and give the senior someone to talk to. They also help with physical health.

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How to Discuss Your Parent’s Plans for Aging

How to Discuss Your Parent’s Plans for Aging

Posted Jan 1st, 2019 in Caregiver Support, Homecare

It’s important to discuss your parent’s future in advance so that you can understand what they want and to start planning as a family. This can be a difficult conversation to have, so here’s our advice on how to approach it to make it comfortable and productive for everybody involved.

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