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  • Tips to Prevent Elderly Falls

    The risk of falling increases with age and is greater for women than men. Most fall risks are preventable. Read about a few tips to help you avoid falls.

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  • Does Your Parents Need Companion Care?

    As your parent's age, they may become forgetful, slower, or just afraid to perform certain activities. Read more about some signs that your mother or father might need a companion.

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  • Nutritional Tips for Your Loved One with Alzheimer’s

    When Alzheimer’s progresses your loved one may start refusing to eat. It is essential to build a meal plan that coordinates the foods they love and the nutritional value required. Read more to follow tips that will help increase the food intake for your loved one.

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  • Dementia: How to Cope with Repetitive Questions.

    When someone you love has memory loss, it can be so frustrating. Read more on the many ways one can cope with a loved one suffering from dementia.

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  • Wandering

    Anyone who has memory problems and can walk is at risk for wandering. It's important to plan for this type of situation.

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