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Keeping Alzheimer’s Company

Alzheimer’s Disease is the most common form of Dementia. It causes complications to the brain, like remembering information, people, or events that happened moments ago. Most people with Dementia are those aging 65 years and above. Personal...

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How to Determine if Companion Care is the Right Fit

Want to help an elderly loved one but unsure on how to go about it? You might want to consider getting them in-home senior care in Springfield, Missouri. With a caregiver, you can be sure that your loved one enjoys the comfort, safety, and...

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How Companions Help Seniors Living on their Own

Many older adults choose to stay at home even when their loved ones have already moved out. They like the comfort and familiarity of their homes and do not want to go through the process of adjusting to a new environment. That’s why availing...

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Easing Loneliness for Seniors

Loneliness is an issue that many of us do not consider when it comes to seniors. As individuals age, their network of acquaintances shrinks, and family members become preoccupied with their children and other obligations. And that elderly are...

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The Emotional Needs of the Elderly

Many people associate aging with changes in physiological function; however, few are aware that aging can also result in emotional changes. Understanding the emotional needs of the elderly may be a good place to start in order to provide the...

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Improving Healthy Eating Habits for Seniors

As you get older, eating well can help improve your mental sharpness, boost your energy levels, and increase your resistance to illness. As well as keeping your body healthy, eating well can also be the key to a positive outlook and staying...

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