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Stroke: Signs And Symptoms

May 31, 2018 by Suzanne M. White

A stroke can happen when the blood supply to one or more parts of the brain is cut off. Read Article

Having The Talk: When It's Time To Take The Keys Away From Your Senior Loved One

May 24, 2018 by Suzanne M. White

As a caregiver to your loved one, you may be faced with a decision that must be made about your loved one and their ability to drive. Read Article

Four Ways to Keep Your Senior Cooler in the Heat

May 24, 2018 by Nancy Hmieleski, RN, BSN Director of Nursing

Hot weather can be a significant problem for your aging adult. Read Article

Could Driving Be the Key to Helping Your Senior Stay Motivated about Her Health?

May 18, 2018 by Nancy Hmieleski, RN, BSN Director of Nursing

Senior Care in Flemington NJ: If you've found it frustrating to keep your senior involved in her own health, driving could be the key that ties it all together. Read Article

Physical Activity for Senior Care

May 15, 2018 by Suzanne M. White

As seniors age, physical activities can have not only positive physical effects, but positive cognitive effects as well. Read Article

Get Caught Reading Month: Benefits for the Elderly

May 11, 2018 by Nancy Hmieleski, RN, BSN Director of Nursing

May is Get Caught Reading Month, a public awareness campaign designed to rediscover all the great things about reading. Read Article

Senior Care Advice: Add Vitamin D

May 9, 2018 by Suzanne M. White

Vitamin D is an important yet often overlooked vitamin for older adults. By incorporating Vitamin D into their diet, seniors can build strong healthy bones and reduce their risk of serious conditions such as osteoporosis. Read Article

Caregiver Careers: Guarantee Job Security!

May 4, 2018 by Marc Jeffries

By 2020, 117 million Americans are expected to need caregiving assistance, according to the recently released Caregiving Innovation Frontiers (CIF) study conducted by AARP and Parks Associates. Read Article

Tips for Keeping Your Senior Safe While Gardening

May 3, 2018 by Nancy Hmieleski, RN, BSN Director of Nursing

Gardening is a wonderful way to encourage your parent to get out of the house and enjoy more physical and cognitive activity during the spring season. In order for your parent to get the most of the benefits, it is important to ensure that they stay safe as they are participating in this activity. Read Article

Reduce the Risk of Dehydration in Seniors

May 2, 2018 by Marc Jeffries

Seniors are more at risk for becoming dehydrated for many reasons. For instance, they can have imbalances in their fluid and electrolytes, or their sense of thirst can diminish due to prescribed medications. It is important to make sure that your aging loved one is staying hydrated, especially in the warmer months of the year when it is even easier to become overheated and dehydrated. Read Article

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