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Caring for Aging Loved Ones During the Coronavirus Pandemic 

The coronavirus pandemic has made it increasingly challenging to care for our aging loved ones. Older adults are especially vulnerable to COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. Based on the most recent research from the Centers for...

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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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Senior Nutrition Strategies to Boost Immunity 

During this time when protecting ourselves from illness is at the forefront of health conversation, proper nutrition is a key defense to bolster immunity. Nutrients are substances in foods that our bodies need to function optimally. While...

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Beating the Mid-Quarantine Blues: A Guide for Seniors Sheltering in Place

As we are all doing our part to stay home in an effort to keep our families and communities safe, it is important we do not forget about the seniors in our lives. While state and local health officials are taking the steps to ensure that this...

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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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