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Lifestyle Changes and Heart Failure

Lifestyle Changes and Heart Failure

Heart failure is a big deal, but the name is misleading. Your senior’s heart hasn’t stopped working if she’s in heart failure; it just isn’t working as well as it needs to be working. Lifestyle changes can be one of the first steps her doctor recommends. Vices May...
What You Need to Know About Lupus and Seniors

What You Need to Know About Lupus and Seniors

Lupus is a serious autoimmune disease that can strike people at any age. When seniors develop lupus it is known as late-onset lupus. Because elderly adults often have many previous health issues, lupus can often have a more severe effect on their health and wellneAss....
Why Family Caregivers Need Regular Breaks

Why Family Caregivers Need Regular Breaks

When an elderly loved one experiences illness, surgery, disease, chronic health issues, and age-related diminished ability, it can transform their life from one of independence to dependence. Family caregivers are those who jump in and help with any number of personal...
Five Ways Senior Care Providers Can Help with Fall Prevention

Five Ways Senior Care Providers Can Help with Fall Prevention

Avoiding a fall is one of the biggest safety items for your senior at this stage of her life. Falling can create all sorts of other health issues for her and most falls can be avoided with some preparation. Home care services can help you to do that. Spotting Tripping...