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What You Should Expect from Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is medically described as a neurodegenerative disorder which affects each person differently. Even though there might be common signs and symptoms that patients will experience, the disease has different effects on people. Below we have listed some of the early symptoms, though it’s good to know that all of these symptoms can be […]

What You Need to Know About Long-Term Insurance

Everyone needs a care insurance coverage. This is important to even for those who are in perfect health and think might need the services of assisted healthcare. Having long-term insurance health care guarantees you care services without having to stress about the financial expenses. Life insurance is not the same as care insurance. Long-term healthcare […]

3 Tips for Positive Aging in 2018

Each year we make yearly resolutions and a common one that always pops up is having a healthier lifestyle. It’s very common for people to focus on healthy eating habits and exercise. Well, this should not come as a surprise with the increasing number of people suffering from terminal illnesses. What if in 2018, your […]

3 Ways to Improve Your Memory

As our loved ones age, there are strategies they can implement to nurture a stronger memory. Lifestyle and daily habits have a huge impact on brain health and cognitive well-being as well as memory. A lack of sleep, poor diet, stress, lack of exercise can all hinder the functioning of a healthy brain. Nutrition & […]

Sleep Tips for Seniors

As our loved ones age, they often experience normal changes in their sleeping patterns. This includes becoming sleepy at an earlier time, waking up at an earlier time or enjoying a less deep sleep. But when it comes to disturbed sleep, waking up tired every day and other symptoms of insomnia, these are not a […]

Is It Time to Ask for Home Care Help?

Whether your loved one is elderly or disabled, it can be hard to know when to ask for help. In society, we are taught that asking for help is a sign of weakness that results in embarrassment. But this couldn’t be further from the truth. If one of your loved ones is facing difficulty due […]

7 Holiday Safety Tips for Seniors

As we get ready for the holidays, there are some potential safety problems you and your loved ones should avoid. It is common for younger and healthier family members to not consider the nutritional and environmental issues when they invite an older adult to a function. Reflexes diminish and health issues make us prone to […]

Help Boost Your Loved One’s Brain Health with These 7 Tips

An estimated sixteen million Americans are living with some form of cognitive impairment, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The number of people age sixty-five and older projected to have Alzheimer’s in 2050 is expected to swell from the current five million to thirteen million. Implementing the strategies below can help your […]

6 Tips to Reduce Sundowning for People With Alzheimer’s

What is sundowning? Sundowning is one symptom of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. It is also known as late-day confusion. If your loved one has dementia, his or her agitation and confusion may get worse in the late afternoon or evening. 1. Stick to a routine Dementia could make it hard to develop […]

5 Ways to Promote Healthy Aging Through Physical Activity

As your loved ones get older, remaining physically active could become difficult. It feels as though it takes a greater toll on their bodies. This is precisely the reason as to why it’s so important for seniors to continue exercising. There are a lot of benefits to staying physically active as your loved one ages. […]