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navigating-the-unknown-with-aging-adults-and-covid-19

As the state orders are lifting and we can see our aging loved ones again, we need to understand what the best scenario is for our older parents. How do we stay in touch and not put their health or their life at risk? We have seen the effects of COVID-19 on the aging population; it . We also know that having strong bonds an...

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the-quiet-senior-health-risk-dehydration

You have finally hit the summer months and now the heat is on! How do you keep seniors you love hydrated and safe from the dangers of dehydration? It is not always an easy task, but we have some tips for you!   Many times after being outside in the sun, you come inside and cannot wait to drink a cold...

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did-you-forget-to-read-this

After age 50 we all start to experience age related changes in memory or forgetfulness, and it is common to get a little confused. I mean, we are busy living life, chasing after kids schedules, and sometimes watching grandkids too. Not to mention, we are helping with our aging parents. So when does natural aging memory loss turn into something we need to address...

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quick-tips-to-help-with-depression-anxiety-during-covid-19

The aging process can have its own ups and downs. However, throw in social distancing and a pandemic . Depression is not a normal part of aging and with isolation and all the unknowns of COVID-19, it is important to try to keep our spirits up and our anxiety and depression down. How, you may ask? Here are a...

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social-workers-are-essential-for-residents-care-and-safety

March was the month we celebrated National Social Workers. We need their services daily and in the senior living community hourly! You may wonder what is the role of the social worker in the senior living environment? They wear many hats in senior living facilities from educating staff to assessing your loved ones for their care needs. We are very thankful for t...

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