Thanksgiving Fun With Your Senior

A pumpkin with a tag that says "Happy Thanksgiving."

Just because your senior loved ones are aging, doesn’t mean they can’t be a part of the fun this Thanksgiving. Even if they are declining physically and/or mentally, it is important to include them in the season’s festivities, at least in some way, even if it’s modified. During the holidays many seniors can feel down…

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Don’t Fall This Fall: Focusing on Fall Prevention

An older person on the floor of a bathroom.

As you go through the seasons of life with your senior loved one, it’s important to ensure that falls aren’t a part of their fall, or winter, spring or summer. Each year more than 3 million older adults are treated in an emergency department for falls, which can often lead to more problems down the…

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Making the home safe for your senior loved one

A caregiver and a senior.

Aging in their own home can be so comforting for our senior loved ones. Being in the place they know, and love, can help them feel secure in a time when so many other things are changing for them. But as our senior loved ones age, their favorite place can also begin to pose a…

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Developing Relationships Between the In-Home Caregiver and the Client

A senior with a hand on their shoulder.

A relationship between an in-home caregiver and the client is a unique bond. Caregivers play an integral role in the lives of the people they help on a daily basis. The caregiver helps their client safely stay in the comfort of the home they know and love. They help them maintain some of their independence…

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