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Caregiver Tips

Combating Loneliness in an Aging Parent

There are times when solitude is welcomed, but if it goes on for too long, loneliness sets in and that can eventually lead to depression. There are ways to help your loved one combat that feeling of loneliness.

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Staying Healthy And Balanced As You Age

It's a fact of life, and a fact of aging, that once we celebrate our 30th birthday our balance begins to decline. As we continue to age, that lack of balance can be potentially harmful as it can result in trips and falls.

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LifeFone Makes a Great Mother's Day Gift

A LifeFone medical alert system can actually make a perfect Mother's Day gift. If you want to give something special to your mother this year, a LifeFone system could be exactly what they need.

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Nutritional Food Without The Cost

Many caregivers understand that their loved ones are on a fixed budget. They also understand that seniors often fail to cook for themselves or prepare less nutritious meals.

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Planning for Financials and Health Care as you Age

It's anticipated that by 2028 the cost of private nursing home care will double from current costs and the government has forecast that there could be a 50% increase in the population of those 65 or older which could put a strain the resources available for nursing home care.

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When Should Your Parent Hand Over The Car Keys

Aging in place and retaining the ability to drive are two hallmarks of independence and having to give up either of these could be a struggle. The difficulty with taking away the car keys is that your aging parents may truly believe they are still safe to be on the road and behind the wheel.

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Opening The Lines of Communication With Your Elderly Relatives

Communication with aging relatives can put a strain on a relationship, especially if your relatives have moved into an assisted living facility. Being unable to live independently because of self-care or other health issues makes keeping the lines of communication open more of a challenge.

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How To Discuss A Potential Move With The Senior In Your Life

Moving is stressful regardless of age, but when the senior in your life is considering a move whether it's due to a lifestyle change, health or retirement, it's crucial that the lines of communication are always open.

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Preparing To Move An Aging Parent Into Your Home

At some point, it may become necessary to open the doors of your home and invite your aging parents to move in; whether they've suffered a stroke, trip or fall accident, other health issue or if old age has simply made it impossible for them to live alone, family members need to have a plan in place.

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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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