Senior Care

We all know the best gifts come from the heart. What better gift could you give your mother or grandmother than spending some quality time with them and give them a surprise makeover!

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Here are 9 things that can help improve nutrition for people who have Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia, or who are just struggling with eating well. Always remember to consult a doctor before changing your diet!

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Goal setting is beneficial to everyone, including seniors. Goals are a way to help measure and track progress. They help bring fulfillment and enrichment to the lives of everyone who strives to accomplish them!

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Visiting family is a chance to catch up on life, including opportunities to assess how our the elder members of our family are doing. Here are some indicators to watch for that will help you decide if your elder loved ones need more care than they are receiving.

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Amy Goyer, AARP's home and family expert, is a caregiver to her parents. There was a point in time when she needed to develop a caregiving team. Trying to care for her parents kept her from taking care of herself, so she made a list of everyone who helps her so she could support her parents. 

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As your or a loved one age, it can be hard to take care of things as well as you did in the past. It can be hard to tell when it's time to ask for help or start looking into in home care agencies, but if you are aware of the warning signs, you can be proactive in talking to your family about your concerns for yourself or a loved one.

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