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Natural Treatments for Peripheral Neuropathy

Senior Care Delray Beach FL-If your senior loved one suffers from peripheral neuropathy, you don’t need the definition. You understand the sharp, jabbing pain associated with this disease; the numbness and tingling that spreads from the feet or hands and into the legs or arms.

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Natural Treatments for Peripheral Neuropathy

Benefits of Multigenerational Care

The landscape of the American population is changing. A nation that used to be dominated by very young people, an ever-declining birthrate along with longer life expectancies makes it so the average age of Americans is increasing and there are more elderly people now than ever before. Many families are taking advantage of this longer…

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Benefits of Multigenerational Care

When a Tough Client Becomes Like Family

Two years ago, Sonas caregiver Enail Norame started taking care of J.M., an Alzheimer’s patient in his 90s. “Everyone told me he was a difficult person,” Norame remembers. Still, he decided to take on the challenge. He recounts that J.M. usually doesn’t get along with people, but Norame always looks for ways to be on…

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Client Caregiver Success Story

Best Phone Features for the Visually Impaired

Home Care Doral FL-When a loved one can’t see well, everyday activities like placing a phone call become much more difficult. Finding the right phone for a loved one with vision problems can involve just looking for the right features.

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Best Phone Features for the Visually Impaired

How to Help Children Understand Alzheimer’s Disease

An Alzheimer’s diagnosis is devastating for families, and as a parent, you may find it difficult to discuss the effects the disease has on the mind and body, especially with young children and teenagers. To help children learn about and cope with the realities of this disease, it is best for parents and caregivers to…

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How to Help Children Understand Alzheimer's Disease

How to Help Seniors Stretch Their Retirement Income

For many of us, there comes a time in life when we begin to see our parents struggling, be it physical, emotional or some combination thereof, with once simple, everyday tasks. They may acknowledge such newfound challenges, in which case most of us will try to assist or seek professional advice and assistance as the…

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How to Help Seniors Stretch Their Retirement Income

Medication Reminder Tips

Independence is an important concept in elder care. Sometimes, however, the need to keep your parents safe and healthy must supersede their need to live completely independently. One of these times is when it comes to medication compliance. Regardless of the type of medication that your elderly loved ones take, or the reasons for taking…

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Medication Reminder Tips

Caregiver Tips for “Parenting” Elderly Parents

Your teen years were filled with struggles against your parents. You wanted more freedom. Shorter curfews, more room to make decisions, less control on their part. Now the roles are reversed. Your parents need help with daily activities of living, but they don’t want your help. They feel they’re fully capable of caring for themselves….

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Caregiver Tips for Parenting Elderly Parents

Eye Exams Can Detect Health Problems in Seniors

Did you know that the appearance of your eyes could reveal underlying health conditions such as diabetes, high cholesterol and even certain types of cancer? During your (or your loved one’s) next comprehensive eye exam, take notice of what exactly the ophthalmologist is testing for. Certain changes in the eyes may reflect changes in the…

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Eye Exams Can Detect Health Problems in Seniors