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Tag Archives: Care Provider

Knowing the People Behind the Care

As you are making a major decision with your senior loved one, it is necessary that you need to look at as many assisted living homes as possible. After all, you are only trying to make the best possible choice. In your selection of a personal care home of Stone Mountain Georgia, you need to … Continue reading

How to Keep Your Mind Young as You Age

Dementia is one of the most common illnesses that affect our seniors’ brain health. It is a serious cognitive illness that can even manifest in the deterioration of the patient’s physical health as it progresses. This illness can affect anyone, even someone who does not have a family history of the disease. This is why … Continue reading

Why is Adult Day Care A Thing?

Generally, the term daycare entails the idea of children under the care of early education providers that will look after them, for a certain period, on behalf of their working parents. However, the idea of daycare is not limited to this notion. Daycare is also applicable to our older adults. Nowadays, it has been a … Continue reading

How to Evaluate a Personal Care Home for Seniors

When looking for potential assisted living homes for your senior loved one, the first thing you need to know is they come in many shapes and sizes. That’s why it is important to know how to determine which one will be the right home for your senior loved one. Here are some things you need … Continue reading

How Seniors Benefit from Living in a Care Facility

For seniors and their families, transitioning into care facilities or assisted living homes can be an overwhelming and difficult experience. However, it’s also the beginning of a new journey that provides exciting adventures and enriching experiences for older adults. Maintain a healthy lifestyle. Older adults have unique nutrition and fitness needs. Preparing meals, performing household … Continue reading

COVID-19: Managing Mental Health Amid the Pandemic

Seniors aged 65 years and older are among those considered the most at risk for COVID. To prevent the spread of the virus to this vulnerable population, social distancing measures have been implemented. But while these measures have helped contain the virus, there is no doubt that they have also harmed seniors living at home … Continue reading