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Comfort in Palliative Care

Having choices at the end of your life and being comfortable as well as feeling loved while in palliative care are choices not available...

How Can You Treat Difficult Dementia Behavior?

The ongoing challenge in dealing with and managing Alzheimer's patient behaviors is to understand the medications available and which are the best to use....

Senior Dehydration Can Be Deadly

Dehydration can occur quite easily in seniors and is not always immediately noticeable. Preventing senior dehydration and treating it can be managed with some...

How to Manage Senior Anemia

Senior anemia is a relatively misunderstood condition, showing up as a lowered red blood cell count. As we age, anemia becomes more common and can...

Is There Sex in Your Seventies? You Betcha!

We don't talk about it, especially with our friends and family, but the issue of sexual ability worries us more as we become seniors....

Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia – Do You Know The Difference?

As we finish the last day of Alzheimer's Awareness month, we wanted to share some insights on the difference between Alzheimer's and dementia. Many people...

What an Overwhelming Combination – Caregiving and Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer's disease is a disease rapidly gaining attention by the world. The Alzheimer's Association indicates over 5 million people are currently living with a...

How Is Your Vision? Vision Care To Avoid Senior Glaucoma

We often talk about senior health and well-being. The topic of senior health covers many aspects of senior living. As we age, so does our sight...

Therapeutic Recreation in Senior Care Facilities

Therapeutic recreation for seniors is very beneficial. It helps with physical, emotional and mental well-being. Cognitive, social and motor functions can greatly improve for seniors...

Senior Veteran Benefits – Are You Missing Out?

Calling all veterans and their families! Are you a senior veteran or surviving spouse over the age of 65? Many older veterans and their families...