independent living

Many seniors would prefer to live at home for as long as possible, and as the average lifespan has increased in recent years, and more people are getting healthier and living longer, this is a viable option for a number of older adults. Certain illnesses and other health conditions, such as dementia or rheumatoid arthritis, may have once made it difficult for an aging adult to live at home, but there are many senior home care options that facilitate independent living. 

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At SYNERGY HomeCare, know that seniors highly value their independence. Even while experiencing the physical effects of aging, such as loss of strength, mobility, memory and sensory sensitivity, there are ways to protect and promote the independence of seniors. After all, bodies do get older, but personalities often stay young. In observance of Senior Independence Month in February, here are a few ways that home care can help. 

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For many seniors, maintaining the ability to drive is key to an independent lifestyle, but sometimes anything from loss of vision to disability can get in the way. While having to give up the keys can certainly be a step back, there are a number of ways family caregivers can help their loved ones keep their independence. 

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We are excited to once again celebrate the Fourth of July on the SYNERGY HomeCare blog! Independence Day gives us the opportunity to celebrate the birth of our nation. For us at SYNERGY HomeCare, it is a time to renew our commitment to help people of all ages become more independent. Each day, we help veterans, seniors, children with special needs, and many other people to increase their confidence self-reliance. This Fourth of July, we would like to revisit some of our previous posts about independenc 

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