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Four Things to Do Now as a Brand-new Caregiver

Four Things to Do Now as a Brand-new Caregiver

Getting started with caregiving if you’ve never done so before can be an eye-opening experience. No one wants to start off on the wrong foot, so these tips can help you to feel as if you’re approaching caregiving proactively right from the very beginning. Learn as...
Atrial Fibrillation Can Bring Some Upsetting Symptoms

Atrial Fibrillation Can Bring Some Upsetting Symptoms

Atrial fibrillation is a condition in which your senior’s heart doesn’t beat in a regular manner. Atrial fibrillation can be extremely mild and might not cause her much of a problem at all. But it can also be severe and cause significant disruption to her quality of...
Attracting Butterflies to Your Parent’s Yard

Attracting Butterflies to Your Parent’s Yard

With the warmer summer months, your elderly parent may enjoy spending time watching birds and butterflies fluttering around their yard. Watching and identifying them can be an enjoyable way for older adults to pass the time. Family caregivers may have no problem...
Is Dad at Risk for Falling?

Is Dad at Risk for Falling?

One-third of people over the age of 65 falls each year. Sometimes falls result in only minor injuries, like scrapes and bruises. However, they can also cause much more serious injuries, like a broken hip or head injury. Sometimes falls even cause death. Experts have...
Have You Established a Caregiver Emergency Plan?

Have You Established a Caregiver Emergency Plan?

You care for your and dad. Whether it’s a weekly visit or hours each day, you need to talk to your family about emergencies. If something happens to you or someone close to you, do you have a caregiver emergency plan in place? Where Are Important Medical Forms?...
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...