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Cold Weather Precautions for Seniors With Alzheimer’s

For seniors with dementia, the cold season can be quite dangerous – especially if precautions aren’t put in place. During the cold season, seniors tend to be at higher risk of contracting hypothermia and other cold weather-related illnesses. So b...

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Preventing Wandering Behaviors in Aging Loved Ones

Wandering is one of the most dangerous behaviors often associated with seniors who have Alzheimer’s or dementia. When a disoriented senior wanders outside, you never know what the outcome will be. For caregivers providing companionship in Tennessee...

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Tips for a Better Communication With a Dementia Patient

One of the biggest frustrations family caregivers have is not being able to communicate properly with an aging loved one with dementia. Not only does the lack of proper communication impede care, but it also hinders the formation of a good relationsh...

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Senior Companionship Is Much Important Than You Think

Did you know that a lot of seniors become more isolated as they age? As unfortunate as it may sound, this is an inevitable fact that plagues the majority of American older adults. While we know that eating well, exercising, and having a good night’...

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Tell-Tale Signs That You Need Caregiver Respite

Caring for an aging loved one is an admirable act. As a family caregiver, you willingly shoulder a lot of responsibilities to make sure that your loved one ages in happiness and comfort. However, you must also acknowledge that caregiving is stressful...

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How to Promote Your Loved Ones’ Independence

When you want your senior loved ones to live the best lives possible, there are two things you need to balance equally—making sure their daily needs are met and ensuring they retain their independence. For many elderly adults, freedom is very impor...

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