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What Makes a Successful Dementia Caregiver?

Dementia is an umbrella term that can refer to various forms of cognitive impairments. This type of syndrome commonly occurs among older adults, and no one knows when. When your senior begins to suffer from the symptoms of dementia, this...

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Things to Know About Senior Immunizations

The National Immunization Awareness Month is celebrated every August. It is a yearly celebration to highlight the significance of vaccination for all people. You can use this time to contact our home health aide in Connecticut that will assist...

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What Every Senior Should Know About Psoriasis

Psoriasis, a condition that causes the body to make new skin cells in days rather than weeks, causes thick, scaly patches that often appear on the knees, elbows, lower back, scalp, nails, and joints. Symptoms tend to worsen with age, and...

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Staying Physically Active & Safe During COVID-19

Sitting is still the new smoking. Sedentary behavior is bad news all around and is linked to poor sleep, depression, and reduced cognitive function in older adults. The longer you sit, the increased your risk of heart disease, high blood pressure,...

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Alzheimer’s: Understanding and Preventing Wandering Behavior

The Alzheimer’s Association reports that as many as 60% of people with dementia will wander and may get lost. Dementia is the broad medical category for individuals with a decline in memory or other cognitive or language abilities. Among the over...

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Tips for Seniors to Stay Safe in Severe Weather

Severe weather patterns seem to become increasingly more forceful and dangerous with each passing year. From wildfires in the West to hurricanes across much of the South and East to tornadoes in the Midwest, very few parts of the country have been...

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