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Senior Tips

Dealing With Dementia And Incontinence

Over 24 million people are living with dementia worldwide. Affecting the brain and resulting in a serious loss of cognitive ability, dementia deteriorates memory, attention, language and problem solving.

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Help Aging Relatives Remain In Their Home

Aging relatives brings with it many challenges and items that need to be taken into consideration. One of those items is how to keep your parents safe in their home as they age.

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Prevent Accidental Overdose: Clean Your Senior Loved Ones Medicine Cabinet

In addition to all you do to keep your parents safe as they attempt to remain independent and age at home, trip-proofing the house, making certain they're eating properly, equipping the home with a home medical alert system, you also need to take time and check their medicine cabinet.

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Emergency Senior Care Checklist

When dealing with aging parents, there are many items to take into consideration related to their health and safety.

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Preventative Health Screenings in your 50s

50-year-olds have reached a stage in which they can enjoy a renewed sense of self and truly appreciate what they have accomplished and where they want the next 50 years to take them.

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Alleviating Fears With LifeFone

It is widely known that falls are the leading cause of injury among the elderly in the U.S. with the number of falls and the severity of injury increasing with each additional year of a senior's life.

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LifeFone's Elder Health Care Concerns

Telephone technologies and the Internet have changed the world but when it comes to senior technology, specifically for senior safety at home, newer technologies can be a safety problem for "Grandma".

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Senior Safety: Post-hospitalization Tips

When seniors come home after a hospital stay, symptoms from the condition that caused the hospitalization may not necessarily be eliminated. This often makes it difficult for the individual to safely adjust back to daily life.

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When Disaster Strikes

Picturing your loved one lying on the floor following a stroke or a debilitating fall with no way of mobilizing their body to summon help is an image almost too hard to bear. Your parent should never have to experience such an event, and with the help of a senior alarm button they don't have to!

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6 Easy Steps for Choosing a Medical Alarm System

Medical alert systems provide senior citizens with extended independence within the comfort of their own homes. With help available at the click of a button, seniors can prolong moving in with a loved one or into assisted living by simply wearing a medical alert bracelet or pendant.

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