Summer Activities for Seniors

Summer is a great time to get out and enjoy the great outdoors with your loved ones or take a vacation. There are plenty of ways to include your elderly loved ones in your summer plans. Seniors might not enjoy all of the summer activities that their younger family members enjoy but there are plenty of common ground areas that everyone can enjoy together. In this article we would like to offer some ideas for fun summer activities for seniors that they might enjoy. Swimming Seniors who want to go...

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Tips on How to Care for an Elderly Person with Parkinson’s disease

There are thousands of new cases of Parkinson’s disease diagnosed each year and it is most common in those who are over the age of 65. Parkinson’s disease is more common in men than in women, but both genders can get the disease so you should watch for symptoms in all of your elderly loved ones. Parkinson’s is caused by neurological damage that causes the neurons to die which impairs muscle movement and function. In this article we would like to offer some tips on how you can help an...

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Signs That an Elderly Person Is Hoarding Food

Hoarding is considered to be a mental disorder and it can cause health problems in many people. Hoarding is when a person starts collecting a large quantity of items, usually items that have no useful purpose or value. Hoarding food can be especially dangerous since food can spoil and cause disease. In this article we would like to offer some tips and advice for family caregivers who are worried that their elderly loved one might be hoarding food and facing potential health risks. Those who are concerned that their elderly...

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