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Preventing Falls

Seniors are susceptible to falls for a number of different reasons – bad balance, poor eyesight, light headedness, overall weakness and fragility. In fact, it is estimated that one in every three men and women over the age of 65 will fall this year. Falls represent ...

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Preventing Falls

Seniors are susceptible to falls for a number of different reasons – bad balance, poor eyesight, light headedness, overall weakness and fragility. In fact, it is estimated that one in every three men and women over the age of 65 will fall this year. Falls represent ...

Living with Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s patients often cover up so well that even adult children or siblings may see a totally different side when they visit or call. Yet, caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s, can be an all-consuming 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week grind. Anna first began to notice when her ...

Managing Medications

Improper use of medications can cause seniors serious problems The average 65 – 69 year-old fills 13.6 prescriptions per year, while those 80 – 84 years old have 18.2 prescriptions filled annually. Taking multiple medications and seeing different doctors can be a prescription for a serious ...

Family Conversations with Older Drivers

What to do when an elderly loved one is no longer safe behind the wheel. The rate of fatalities involving drivers over 75 is on par with teenage drivers. Seniors have a higher risk of being involved in an accident for every mile they drive. Martin ...

10 Reasons for Home Care

Studies have found that an estimated 90% of infirmed and elderly individuals prefer home care over institutional care. Home care helps keep families together. Compare this to taking an elderly person away from her loved ones. At no time is family more important than during times ...

Having That Talk with Your Senior

Having that “talk” with elderly parents is as uncomfortable as when you discussed the “birds and the bees.” Conversations involving health, finances, end of life, and independence issues may be difficult, but need to happen sooner rather than later. Roger had always enjoyed a close relationship ...

Pathways to Home

Promotes a Safe and Secure Return Home The best part of any hospital, rehabilitation or convalescent facility “stay” is returning home. And sometimes just a little outside help can make a big difference in enjoying a safer and more comfortable return home. For those who might ...
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