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Eye Diseases Mom May Be at Risk For

Eye Diseases Mom May Be at Risk For

When people reach around the age of 40, they start to experience changes in vision. That’s a normal part of aging. However, there are some eye diseases that are not normal. Older adults are at increased risk for certain eye diseases that can lead to vision changes and...
Tips for Helping Your Senior Care for Their Dentures Properly

Tips for Helping Your Senior Care for Their Dentures Properly

Dentures can make a tremendous difference for your aging loved one. These devices help your parent eat comfortably and better their nutrition, improve their appearance, and aid in speech. In order for your loved one to get the most benefit from them, however, it is...
5 Tips for Communicating when Dementia Makes it Hard

5 Tips for Communicating when Dementia Makes it Hard

When an older family member has dementia, one of the most frustrating things about the disease can be the difficulty of communicating. It’s hard for family caregivers to know whether what they are saying is being understood. On top of that, you may be feeling some...
Checking Seniors for Foot Disorders

Checking Seniors for Foot Disorders

Chances are your elderly loved one deals with all kinds of aches and pains due to health issues and chronic illnesses. However, foot pain doesn’t have to be one of those things that slows them down or causes them to sit out of exercise, activities and social events....
Five Risk Factors for Senior Dehydration

Five Risk Factors for Senior Dehydration

Your elderly family member may be at far greater risk of becoming dehydrated than you realize. When you understand the different risk factors that can affect her, you can do something about them for her. Decreased Sense of Thirst Your elderly family member might not...