Assisted Living: It's Never Too Early To Plan

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Most people don't give a thought to assisted living plans until they are in their twilight years. However, assisted living facilities aren't just for the elderly. If you suffer from an accident or injury that leaves you unable to live alone, you will likely move to an assisted living facility so you can retain some of your independence. If you wait to determine how to pay for your expenses until it's time to find an assisted living facility for yourself or your spouse, your family will likely bear the cost unless you have planned ahead.

13 April 2016

How Technology Can Improve Your Elderly Loved One's Care

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If you are in charge of an elderly loved one or family member, you may find yourself in a difficult and unfamiliar situation. Making sure that your loved one is getting the care they need in their home and is safe if and when they are left on their own can leave you feeling simultaneously drained and as if you are not doing enough. Get to know more about geriatric care and the ways in which the use of technology can improve your elderly loved one's care.

8 April 2016

Tips For Affording An Assisted Living Apartment

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If you are an older adult who is no longer able to live completely on your own without help, you might be thinking about assisted living. Assisted living apartments are in senior communities where help is available for things like preparing your meals, cleaning your home, and even receiving some limited nursing care services. Unfortunately, the apartments can also be quite expensive. These tips will help you afford your assisted living apartment.

6 April 2016

What's The Difference Between A Memory Care Facility And A Nursing Home?

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If you're caring for an aging family member or loved one with dementia, you may have heard the term "memory care." While many people have some idea what memory care is, not everyone knows the difference between a memory care facility and a standard nursing home. These answers to frequently asked questions will help you decide for yourself if memory care is right for your loved one. What's the difference between a memory care facility and a nursing home?

22 March 2016

3 Ways To Provide Support For An Elderly Parent With Osteoporosis

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If your elderly parent was diagnosed with osteoporosis, then you should look into available resources for this condition. Osteoporosis causes your bones to become brittle and weak. This condition affects 54 million Americans over the age of 50. It puts them at risk for a fracture that could decrease quality of life. Here three ways to support an elderly parent with osteoporosis. Take Advantage of Home Care Services In-home services provide customized services that allows a person with osteoporosis to live at home safely.

22 March 2016

3 Ways To Successfully Recover From Hip Replacement Surgery

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If you are experiencing pain and discomfort in your hip, then you may be considering hip replacement surgery. This surgical procedure removes the hip joint with arthritis and replaces it with an artificial joint. Studies show that joint replacements can significantly increase mobility and relieve pain in 90 percent of patients. It is important to follow your surgeon's instruction to recover from surgery within a reasonable time. Here are three ways to successfully recover from hip replacement surgery.

18 March 2016

How To Select A New Home For Your Senior Years

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Do you look at your children and grandchildren and feel like it was just yesterday you were their ages? If you have reached those senior years that are also known as golden years, you may be considering downsizing from your large home. If that is the case, from an apartment to senior living facilities, here are some ideas that might help you to decide what you want to do. Face Your Emotions - Talk about mixed emotions!

18 March 2016