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    Adult Home Care Requirements

    Providing care for senior adults who need help has become a growth industry in recent years as the population ages. The baby boom generation will be taxing the extended family’s ability to cope, creating greater demand for professional adult home care services to relieve the …

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    How to Start Home Health Care Business

    As the baby boomer generation begins to age, there will be an increase need for more home health care businesses nationwide. Moreover, it is a statistical fact that people are living longer and will require home health care assistance on a daily basis. Therefore, people …

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    Tips to Avoid Financial Strain with Aging Parents

    Caring for aging parents is an emotionally taxing experience for their children. In addition to the emotional strain, financial strain can also be experienced. However, there are some easy steps that can help to reduce this strain and prepare for the future financially. Work out …

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    Managing Caregiver Guilt

    The decision to become a caregiver of a loved one is not an easy one to make. If it’s a spouse or child, there is no question. However, when it’s a parent, there’s a feeling of anxiety. If you have siblings, then anxiety may be …

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    Alzheimer’s Care For Late Stage And End-Of-Life

    Caring for a loved one in the end stages of Alzheimer’s disease can be a very trying and difficult time for family members, friends, and caregivers. While the patient may become increasingly unaware of their mental and physical deterioration, those left tending and supporting the …

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    Exercises For Seniors: Types of Exercise, Tips, and Getting Started

    Exercise has been shown to be beneficial to people of all age groups. As we age, the benefits of exercise increase and help keep the body and mind healthy. Seniors who exercise are happier, less likely to fall, reduce their chance of getting serious health …

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  • Caregiver Support: Preventing Caregiver Burnout

    Who Will Care for the Caregiver? For most people, caring for their loved one is only the logical thing to do. There is no second thought when it comes to providing that extra care that they need. Many think to themselves “why wouldn’t I do …

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    How to Care For Aging Parents

    If you are caring for an aging parent or other elderly loved one, this book could be a wonderful and valuable resource for you and your family. The task of being a caregiver can be extremely difficult, especially when you may be second guessing your …

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  • Geriatric Care and Assessment

    What is Geriatrics? Geriatrics is a field of medicine that encompasses only the elderly, and unlike common misconception, geriatrics simply refers to the maintaining of a healthy quality of life for the elderly. Geriatrics is a medical branch in its own right, as it is …

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  • Basement Remodeling Ideas

    Your basement is a part of the house you have neglected for too long. It does not need to be a dark, uninviting room useful only for laundry and storing boxes of things you haven’t looked at in decades. Your basement can become a perfectly …

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    Top 3 Products For Caring For Aging Parents At Home

    3 Products to help you care for your elderly parent at Home There are so many products out there today for elder care at home that I though it might be helpful to share some of my favorites with you, my readers. These three elder …

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    Pet Therapy for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care at Home

    Pet Therapy for Seniors: Puppy Love for Caregivers and Patients For loved ones suffering from Alzheimer’s and dementia, studies show that pet therapy offers emotional, cognitive and social benefits. Pet therapy is a proven, practical and alternative way to relieve depression, calm anxieties, and contribute …

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  • Elderly Depression: Signs, Symptoms, and Getting Help

    Depression is experienced by more than six million Americans over the age of 65. Quite often, disabilities and various illnesses can occur at the same time as the depression, and the depression itself may go untreated in all but 10% of all people. At that …

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  • Professional Advice for Elderly Home Care Remodeling & New Construction

    Project Type If you are planning to  build an addition, you may want to consider finishing out your existing garage and building a new garage. The cost of building a new garage is far less (in some cases 1/2 as much) than adding additional new living space. For a …

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  • Adult Day Care; How to Find the Best Adult Day Care Center for You

    The senior years can often be filled with many challenges such as sickness, loneliness and reduced mobility and these sometimes cause frustration and stress for both the seniors and the caregivers. Adult day care is a welcome break and a win/win situation for both the …

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  • Guide to Dementia Care and Alzheimer’s Care at Home Part 2

    In Part 1 of this post we discussed Many aspects of Dementia and Alzheimer’s care at home including; Contemplating Dementia Home Care, Senior Safety for Dementia patients, How to create a comfortable environment for the special needs of someone suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, and other important information …

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