Moderate Dementia

A blog that discusses the symptoms related to moderate dementia with helpful hints for caregivers.

Redefining Aging

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The blog focuses on encouraging seniors to challenge the myths of aging and incorporating interests both new and old in defining their purpose.

Focus on Early Dementia

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This blog post identifies symptoms of early dementia and how to help loved ones adapt to a diagnoses.

Maintaining Independence While Aging

Growing older may come with some challenges. Read to find ways that can help maintain one's independence during the senior years.

The Benefits of In-Home Care

Find out how in-home nursing care can keep your loved one safe when recovering after a hospitalization or just need extra help at home.

Seniors and Exercise

Find out why maintaining or beginning an exercise program can help ensure healthy aging.

What to Expect: Cardiac Rehabilitation

Cardiac rehabilitation can help get patients manage their cardiac diseases or get back on their feet after heart surgery. This blog article explores what patients can expect during rehabilitation.

The Advantages of Inpatient and Home Hospice Care

When choosing a hospice, it is important to consider whether care should be received inpatient or at home. Read this article to find out how to make the best decision for you and your loved ones.

Paying for Senior Care, Part Two

In part two of exploring how to pay for senior care, read tips on how to approach the subject with your elderly loved ones.

How Family Caregivers Can Help a Stroke Patient

The effects of a stroke can be difficult on both the patient and their caregiver. Read this article to find out how to find help caring for a loved one who has suffered a stroke.

Taking Steps to Prevent Senior Malnutrition

Maintaining proper nutrition is an important part of senior living, especially for those with certain medical conditions. Read on for how to prevent malnutrition when caring for an elderly loved one.