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Sharing Caregiving Responsibilities with Siblings

Home Care Delray Beach FL-Dividing responsibilities amongst more than one caregiver can help everyone to feel involved in the home care process and also helps to ensure that your loved one’s needs are met. Tackling this task systematically can help make sure that you don’t inadvertently skip anything important.

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Sharing Caregiving Responsibilities with Siblings

What to Do When Elderly Parents Refuse Care

Unfortunately, not all seniors are receptive to the idea of receiving care and may refuse to accept any care efforts. This can be frustrating, but you should not let it dissuade you from doing what is best for your parents. Instead, you should find ways to work through the refusal and get the elderly care…

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What to Do When Elderly Parents Refuse Care

Home Care for Seniors After a Heart Attack

Home Care Palm Beach FL-A heart attack can happen very suddenly and with very little warning, but the aftermath can be long and arduous. How you help your parent manage this recovery can make a tremendous difference in how well they handle their recovery, manage the impact of the attack, and prepare themselves to reduce the chances that they will experience another heart attack during their later years.

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Home Care for Seniors After a Heart Attack

The Reasons Behind Elderly Hoarding

Nearly five percent of the world’s population exhibits signs of clinical hoarding, engaging in compulsive purchasing, acquiring, and saving of items that have little or no value to individuals. For many seniors, these items clutter living spaces over time, posing many threats to their overall safety and well-being (increasing the risk of falls, fire, and…

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The Reasons Behind Elderly Hoarding

Healthy Aging for the Brain

You’ve likely heard the phrase, “Use it or lose it” in a number of situations. Did you know: this very same phrase may also apply to your mental abilities? A study conducted by Dr. Merzenich, professor emeritus at the University of California, explains this theory in relation to the brain: “The brain changes physically, functionally…

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Healthy Aging for the Brain

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