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Dementia: In-Home Safety Tips

The security and safety of a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia should be a top priority - whether they are living alone, with other family members, or with an in-home caregiver. One way to ensure their safety is to create clear,...

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Reasons Why Seniors Need Nighttime Care

Getting a good night’s sleep is crucial for seniors, as it helps keep their body and mind strong. One way to help ensure that they get a good sleep at night is by having a caregiver to keep them company as one of the many reasons for nighttime...

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Advantages of Physical Exercises to Seniors

Physical exercise becomes more important as we age. It should be an integral part of your daily routine because it has several health benefits not just to your physical health but more so, to your mental health. Besides, it allows you to...

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As a Senior, Is Independent Living for You?

As a provider of home care in Pennsylvania, we have several clients who are enjoying their golden years and reaping the rewards of their working years. Some may find living alone and maintaining the house too tiring and opt for assisted...

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Healthy Eating for Seniors

As a provider of home health care in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, we are aware of how important it is to plan healthy meals for seniors. Eatright.org says that a healthy eating plan for older adults should emphasize fruit, vegetables, whole...

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Safety Issues When Caring for a Person with Dementia

Dementia is a disorder that affects a person’s mental health and cognition such as memory and reasoning. According to the WHO, over 50 million people have dementia worldwide with nearly 10 million new cases per year. It is one of the...

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