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Elderly Proofing: Keeping Your Home Safe for the Elderly

As individuals age, they become more vulnerable to various home conditions. If you’re living with an older adult or if you are an older adult, it is best to take measures to make your home elderly-friendly. In our experience as a home health agency, we believe that one of the biggest threats a house may … Continue reading

What Can You Do to Cheer up Your Senior Loved One?

The senior years sandwich adventure and obstacles. On one hand, there is the freedom of the retirement years. On the other, there are the challenges of health problems, financial difficulties, and even the loss of friends and spouses. No wonder that according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 80% of American seniors … Continue reading

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How to Support Your Loved One During Recovery

Do you have a family member at home who is recovering from illness? Whether they have undergone surgery or stayed in the hospital for days, they will need help and supervision. A person who is on the road to complete recovery has unique care needs that you or a home health aide can help them … Continue reading

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What Foods Don’t Usually React Well with Certain Meds?

Seniors and medications usually go together. They will need medications to maintain their physical health or prevent symptoms. Because of these medications, they also need to stay fit through exercise and eating healthy meals. However, there are foods that can cause negative reactions to certain medications. Hence, it is very important to be knowledgeable of … Continue reading

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How Do You Keep Your Senior Loved One Hydrated?

No matter the weather condition, being hydrated is very essential for seniors. When they are hydrated, they have enough water in their body to help them function properly. The opposite is dehydration which is something we should avoid. We need to ensure that our senior family member is always hydrated because they may not feel … Continue reading

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Overcoming Stroke Effects with Occupational Therapy

Do you know someone who just had a stroke? There will be no surprise if you answer yes. Stroke is as common as it sounds. In fact, according to the CDC, stroke affects approximately 140,000 Americans annually, and 1 of these perishes in every four minutes. This simply highlights how crucial is administering correct intervention … Continue reading