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Category Archives: Aging at Home

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5 Low Impact Exercises that Benefits Seniors

Developing a fitness routine at any age is a valuable habit. And the good news is that it is never too late to reap the benefits of daily movement. That doesn’t mean signing up for a 5K or bench pressing 500 pounds. In fact, physical activity...

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Three Coronavirus Scams Targeting Seniors and How-To Spot Them 

Con artists are constantly coming up with schemes that take advantage of the elderly. Cybercrimes against older adults have increased five times since 2014, costing more than $650 million in losses per year, according to FBI and Federal Trade...

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Tips For Avoiding Falls as a Senior: How-To Make Your Home...

According to the CDC, falls are the number one cause of injuries in seniors, resulting in hip fractures, cuts and serious head and brain injuries that can be fatal. Even when no serious injury is present, a fall can still be so frightening that...

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Overcoming Caregiver Guilt When Caring for an Aging Parent

Do you ever feel as if you can’t keep up with the demands of caring for an aging loved one? As a caregiver, your long list of responsibilities include everything from monitoring daily medication schedules and making doctors appointments, to...

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Discussing Plans for the Future with an Aging Parent

Talking to your parents about needing help in the future can be a difficult discussion, especially when they are currently healthy and independent. It is important to be proactive and have these conversations prior to your parents’ situation...

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My Mom and Dad are Just Happier at Home

Rose gazed through the sliding glass-doors, her eyes settling on the sparkling waters of the Great South Bay outside her home. “I love it here. I can’t imagine living anywhere else”, she says as she strokes her beloved companion,...

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