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  • Keep Your Loved Ones Safe — Know the Signs of a Stroke
    Health & Wellbeing

    There are few things scarier than watching a loved one experience a health emergency. And with someone in the United States having a stroke every 40 seconds, strokes post a major threat to our elder loved one’s health and safety. From stroke prevention to ...

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  • Keeping Your Elderly Loved Ones Safe During COVID-19
    COVID-19

    COVID-19 is a pandemic unlike anything we’ve ever experienced here in the United States. And while everyone is at risk for catching this illness, our seniors are the most susceptible. In order to keep your senior loved ones safe, it’s so important to ...

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  • Tips for Preventing Senior Loneliness
    Addressing Isolation & Loneliness

    When we’re young, it seems as though there’s an activity planned every weekend and plenty to do during the week as well. However, as people get older, loved ones move away, and other things in life take up our time, seniors can begin to feel lonely and ...

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  • Keeping Your Senior's Joints Healthy
    Homewatch CareGivers

    It’s no secret that, as we age, our joints start to feel a little worse for wear. From general use to arthritis, the causes behind joint problems are numerous. And while the degree to which seniors’ joints ache varies depending on the person, there’s one ...

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  • Caring for a Loved One with Dementia
    Dementia

    Dementia is a degenerative disease that affects not only a person's mind but their physical body as well. If your loved one is diagnosed with this illness, you will need to make changes in how they are taken care of in order to ensure they maintain good ...

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  • 3 Tips for Heart Health
    Heart Health

    Heart disease remains one of the leading causes of death among the elderly. It can also have a profound effect on brain health, especially since strokes are a common cause of brain damage and dementia in elderly patients. The good news is that those who ...

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