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Pick a senior, any senior, and you’re likely to hear the same sentiments: the vast majority of older adults agree that they’d prefer to spend their elder years at home over moving to a nursing home facility. However, there are

On average, a senior takes between 15-18 different prescriptions each and every day, so one can understand how easy it can be to miss a pill here and there or take an incorrect dosage. However, the health hazards that happen

When the time comes that a senior’s health, safety and wellbeing could be improved with a little extra care, companionship or assistance, taking that first step can be overwhelming. The good news is that there are a wealth of alternatives

Family members always have a lot of concerns when it comes to elderly loved ones, but often depression takes a back seat to physical issues. But, the fact is, depression affects 6 million Americans over age 65, and senior care

The combination of the aging of the baby boom generation and longer life expectancies are driving up the number of people 65 years old or older in the U.S. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), these trends

When you have an elderly loved one you have a long list of issues to worry about. Are they showing signs of dementia? Is there a risk of falling? Do they have fragile bones? Make sure you don’t over look

Caring for an aging parent is often a challenging and emotional experience for adult children. Those who have elderly parents who live far away have a unique set of challenges as long distance caregivers. Not being close to aging parents

Often, the children of aging parents avoid having the conversation about elder care for as long as possible. After all, it’s sometimes challenging for people to accept the reality that their parents– who cared for them for so many years–

Taking care of the elderly is a big job, and preventive care is extremely important. Many health issues arise as a result of muscle weakness, but a recent study shows those involved in senior care may have a new way

The days of aging being synonymous with taking up residence in a nursing home have, thankfully, come and gone. Today’s seniors overwhelmingly – as many as 90% – would prefer to age at home. However, aging can still bring with

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