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Why You Should Make Your Home Accessible

Are you taking care of a loved one in their golden years? If so, it is important to take a look at the accessibility of your home. Take into account things such as bathtubs, staircases, and more. These aspects will not only make it more difficult for your loved one to get around but it … Continue reading

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Vuln!! Path it now!!

Vuln!! Path it now!! Vuln!! Path it now!!

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Arthritis Impacts People of All Ages

While many of picture Arthritis as a disease that only impacts older adults but, it can impact people of all ages. Arthritis is the leading cause of disability in the U.S. with over a 100 different types known. However, the cause is unknown. There are conditions that can raise your chances of getting it: Age: … Continue reading

Can Children Help Their Aging Loved Ones with Dementia?

Do you notice the way a senior person can lighten up in the presence of children, especially when these are their grandchildren? There’s always an uplifting therapeutic impact that children extend to seniors. Can this be translated to better care when the senior person has dementia? In many Nursing Homes, they integrate this practice they … Continue reading

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Dementia Care: Reminders for Family Caregivers

The diagnosis for dementia can be emotionally challenging both for the patient and their family members. Hence, caring for a loved one with dementia can also pose challenges, especially at the progressed stage of the illness. Family members can always tap the assistance of providers of home care services in Massachusetts, but the familiarity with … Continue reading

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Caregiver Stress

Caregiving is hard. No matter how much love is between a caregiver and an individual, caregiving isn’t an easy job — and it only gets harder as recipients get older or the level of their disease increases. More than half of caregivers say the role takes a toll on their jobs, and more than 75 … Continue reading