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Adult Day Care

Adult Day Care for Caregivers

It’s no secret that being the primary caregiver of a sick elderly family member can be stressful—especially if you’re doing it full time. As a human, you also need to take a break and rest. It’s not to say that you don’t want to take care of your senior loved one. Taking a break only … Continue reading

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Day Care for Your Senior Loved Ones

Caregiving is a challenging task especially if you and your other family members have full-time jobs to maintain. There will always be that anxiety if your elderly loved ones are okay at home—have they taken their medication? Are they eating well? You hope they’re not wandering around the house and hope that they’re safe when … Continue reading

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Reasons to Consider Living in a Care Facility

Assisted living homes provide individuals, mostly seniors, a residence where professionals help them with everyday tasks and other activities. In this facility, they get to live as comfortably as possible and interact with other senior residents. However, this is just one of the options available for senior care. Rising Star Personal Care Home is a … Continue reading

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Building a Strong Sense of Community Among Seniors

Going through their golden years can be tough for seniors. It gets even harder when they have certain illnesses or conditions that require them to have extra care. It’s difficult for them and their families, too. When a senior needs 24/7 care because of their illness or the limitations to their physical and mental functions, … Continue reading

Ways to Improve an Elderly’s Physical and Mental Health

As we age, we become more susceptible to mental and physical illnesses. In a new study, researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine analyzed how distinctive factors, such as wisdom, loneliness, income and sleep quality, impact the physical and mental functioning of older persons. In fact, they’ve found out that physical … Continue reading

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Improving Nutrition in Older Adults

A 2016 systematic review of adults ages 65 and older concluded that up to 83% are at risk for malnutrition. Malnutrition in older adults diminishes their quality of life and can lead to a number of health problems, including unintentional weight loss, fatigue, muscle weakness- which can cause falls and consequently lead to broken bones … Continue reading

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