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Signs That It May Be Time to Consider In-Home Care

11/27/2021

If your aging parent, spouse, or loved one is happy living independently in their home there will likely come a time when they will need some extra help around the home and with daily tasks. Family members often step in to provide support but hiring an in-home ...

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5 Fall Activities for Seniors

10/30/2021

During this new season, as the days shorten and the weather cools, take part in activities where you can enjoy the weather and festivities before winter arrives. Take this opportunity to enjoy the crisp air and beautiful leaves or enjoy the fun of the holidays. Here ...

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Mental Health Awareness for Seniors

10/10/2021

Today is World Mental Health Day and the perfect time to have the important conversation about mental health in older age. Mental health issues can occur at any point in life, but older age is a major risk factor in developing a mental illness. Older adults may ...

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National Cooking Day - Nutritious Meal Ideas for Seniors

09/25/2021

If you’re concerned you, an older loved one, or those you care for aren’t getting enough nutrition, we are here to guide you in the right direction. Perhaps grocery shopping or cooking is too difficult, or you can’t seem to think of any new recipes. Regardless, eating ...

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What is Care-Managed Home Care?

08/29/2021

When someone asks me this question, the first thing I tell them is the difference between Care-Managed Home Care VS. a Caregiving Agency is my stress and worry level. The difference really boils down to having a Care Manager manage and coordinate everything and ...

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Grief vs. Depression in Aging Adults

06/19/2021

It is difficult to distinguish between grief and depression in an individual. It's even more difficult with aging adults since there are many other changes taking place at the time of diagnosis.

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Honoring Your Aging Parents' Independence

05/29/2021

How do you respect your aging parents’ independence, but keep them safe and engaged as they near the end of their lives? Can you? It is a difficult but a very rewarding task to care well for those you love during this part of their life journey, and sometimes mirrors ...

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May is National Aging Life Care Month!

05/17/2021

Early last year we did not necessarily foresee we would be moving into year two with COVID-19. So, unfortunately this year there will be no CAB Open House to celebrate Aging Life Care month and to honor our wonderful Community Partners. However, we would like to ...

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Diabetes Management Using Diabetic Logs

04/17/2021

According to the American Diabetes Association, 34.2 million people are diagnosed with diabetes every year. Furthermore, 14.3 million of those people are age 65 and older.  I have been a nurse for 16 years, with the last 4 years specializing in Care Management. It ...

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Senior Travels: Do's and Don’ts

03/27/2021

Recently (before COVID), I traveled to the British Virgin Islands with a group of friends ranging in age from 37-78 years. We chartered a catamaran, sailed to multiple islands, and went on several adventures. We all had a wonderful time, but I will say the elder ...

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