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More common in men, and more prevalent than muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, and Lou Gehrig’s disease combined, Parkinson’s disease impacts as many as 7 – 10 million people worldwide, with another 600,000 Americans diagnosed each year. And while each person’s

When you have a loved one who is getting older, you will find yourself with more responsibility than ever. You might feel worried about all that could happen to them while you are away, and that is why you should

Gathering together with family during the holiday season is a treasured tradition, and the quality time spent with loved ones is priceless. It’s also a time of heightened awareness of changes that have occurred with family members since the last

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

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

One of the best things about living in our area is the sheer number of wonderful, disability support services on offer for seniors and their families. As long-time members of the home care community, we’ve had the pleasure of getting

As our loved ones get older, they begin to need more support in activities of daily living. Whether it’s help keeping the house clean and cooking meals, reminders to take medication, or simple companionship, increased support can help keep our

There is nothing easy about watching our loved ones grow old. They are the ones that we have always turned to in a time of need, but now the roles are reversed and they find themselves leaning more on others.

Seniors who can’t get around like they used to may turn to the internet for their social activities. Websites like Facebook and services like Twitter help give seniors that social interaction where they might otherwise feel alone and isolated. This

When an older family member struggles with memory loss and dementia, we often lose the ability to communicate with them in a way that is satisfying to both of us. Although there is a caregiver in the home so we

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