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Senior Adults’ Guide To Improving Balance & Stability

One of the most common problems that older adults have to grapple with is unsteadiness. As their bones and muscles weaken, it can become more difficult to maintain a good posture and balance and this can lead to a fall. The only way to prevent and treat this problem is to exercise regularly. Performing exercises designed to improve balance and stability will improve your physical strength and decrease injuries caused due to falling.

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Family Caregivers Month - Roles & Responsibilities

November has arrived ushering in big changes in the weather. It also reminds us that the holiday season is near and that the year 2021 is almost behind us. What we often don’t recognize is that November is also National Family Caregivers Month, a time to recognize the roles, responsibilities and sacrifices that caregivers endure day-in and day-out. Here are a few things to consider when recognizing all that caregivers do to keep our loved ones safe and comfortable as they age.

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Caregivers Receive Extra Support With The VIPx and Caregiver Mobile App

The new VIPx medical alert system has finally arrived and with it comes some additional help for both users and caregivers in the form of LifeFone’s optional Caregiver Mobile App.

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Helping The Elderly Downsize

When retirement is around the corner, most seniors plan to downsize. Retirement is a new beginning for them rather than an ending—they move to a new house in a new area with new neighbors. However, as simple as it may sound, the process of downsizing is full of emotional and physical challenges for everyone. While they have to be careful and prevent injuries when shifting, they also have to be emotionally strong when going through the daunting task of getting rid of the belongings that they hold close to their heart.

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Celebrate “National Grandparents Day” with 5 New Approaches to Eldercare!

Most people would agree change is an ever-present part of life. As the saying goes, “Uncertainty is the only certainty there is.” But things are evolving faster than ever before, and the changes aren’t limited to just technology. Social dynamics, family priorities, and healthcare realities are all far different now than just a few years ago.

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Finding A Home Health Aide For Your Aging Loved One

Holding the title of caregiver for an aging loved one comes with immense responsibility. One way to help you properly care for your loved one is by hiring a home health aide from a reputable home healthcare agency. Home health aides help individuals with day-to-day tasks, such as bathing, dressing, cooking, cleaning, and taking medications. They give your loved one the freedom of living in their own home while receiving the care they need when they need it.

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Did You Know August 21st is “World Senior Citizen's Day”?

Most Americans celebrate “Mother’s Day” and “Father’s Day,” but few know the summer season hosts an equally-important honor that is inclusive of all aging folks. August 21st is “World Senior Citizen’s Day.” It was first declared by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 and is worthy of special consideration. After all, older citizens contribute much to their communities and nation, but their work often goes unnoticed.

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How Can Seniors Prevent A Fall?

When it comes to elderly adults and their families, falls are a common concern. In fact, falling has become a leading cause of injury-related death in older people - those 65 and above. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that as many as 3 million US adults end up in a hospital’s emergency room due to falls every year. This startling statistic shows how common falling has become for the elderly.

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Independence vs. Safety

July is an important month in American society since it hosts the country’s Independence Day holiday. And while liberty is often viewed in social and political contexts, it also factors into peoples’ lives on an individual level. In particular, the topic of personal independence is of great concern to older folks who struggle to care for themselves.

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Caring For People In A Pandemic

Though COVID-19 affects everyone regardless of their age, older people are more susceptible to catching the virus. Older adults, 60 years and above, with pre-existing medical conditions, such as diabetes, cancer, heart disease, or lung disease, are more likely to get severely infected by COVID-19 than other age groups. Therefore, it is of utmost importance that we take special care of them and make them feel comfortable and stress-free amidst the ongoing global pandemic.

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