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We are dedicated to keeping seniors informed about important issues in the home care industry. To keep you informed throughout the care process, our articles compile information from several sources.

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Helpful Ways to Manage Caregiver Stress

Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed with your caregiving responsibilities? If so, you are not alone. Approximately 43.5 million American caregivers provide unpaid care to a loved one. Although taking the role of a caregiver is fulfilling, it can...

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Heart-Healthy Tips to Boost Cardiovascular Health

The key to healthy aging is taking care of one’s heart. Considering cardiovascular disease is one of the most common conditions in seniors, it’s important to look after our hearts as we age. In addition to having a home care provider, there...

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Bath Safety Tips For Seniors to Follow at Home

Bathrooms are high-risk areas at home that may lead to a senior loved one’s injury. Bathroom tiles and glass are slippery when wet, and seniors may slip and fall if grab bars and handrails are absent from the room. No access to balance...

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Soups: Versatile Dishes for Better Nutrition

Soups are one of the easiest meals to make and eat. They are also packed with vital nutrients from ingredients that can be easily found in most groceries and farmers’ markets. Warm, filling and hearty soups are versatile dishes that are great...

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Helpful Advice to Age Gracefully

Aging is a natural process that affects our physical and mental health. It is not something we should be afraid of. Instead, we must all learn how to properly cope with the prospect of growing older and aging gracefully. Let us share some tips on...

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Here to Provide Reliable 24-Hour Care

It can be difficult to leave a family member alone who requires special care and assistance and does not have companionship at night. This is especially stressful if you, as their primary caregiver, are required to work night shifts and must leave...

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