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Safety Tips for New Walker Users
Walkers can help older adults and those with disabilities remain independent and safe by providing... Keep Reading
Fluzone for Seniors - How Is It Different?
As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder it can only mean one thing, flu season is here once again. To avoid getting sick, you might bundle up before going outside or wash your hands before eating. Additionally, it may be a good idea to look into getting a flu shot as well.* The statement rings especially true for anyone over the age of 65 as the flu can be harder to fight off as we age. Luckily, for anyone 65 and older, a new drug called Fluzone could help ward off the flu this season. Keep Reading
Noticing Changes in Your Loved Ones After the Holidays
The whirl of the holiday season is behind us, and while you’re left with happy memories, you may be recalling unusual instances and paying more attention to the irregularities in your older relatives’ home or behavior. Keep Reading
Hacks for Family Caregivers During Hectic Holidays
By Haley Kotwicki, content specialist  Recently, my mom and I were watching the Hallmark... Keep Reading
DIY the Perfect Gift for Aging Parents and Grandparents
By Haley Kotwicki The holiday season is here again bringing peace, love, joy and utter... Keep Reading
All I Want for Christmas (Senior Edition)
That familiar holiday tune expresses a simple wish of a child – not for the expected list of toys – but for front teeth to grow in quickly enough to properly say “Merry Christmas.” Some older adults might have just as much trouble saying “Seasons Greetings” or “Happy Hanukah” as that wistful child, if not for the benefits of dentures, bridges and dental implants. However, if you asked most seniors to sing their holiday wish list, it might sound something like this: Keep Reading
Are You Washing Your Hands Right?
Handwashing is a key factor in preventing the spread of germs and in keeping you and your loved... Keep Reading
Surprising Information About Dementia and Memory Loss
The term "memory loss" is commonly used as a shorthand for dementia, especially in regard to Alzheimer's disease where memory loss is a prominent feature. However, did you know that not all types of dementia include significant memory loss? Did you know some types of memory may remain more intact than others? Keep Reading
What to Look for When Visiting Older Adults During the Holidays
For many families, the holidays are the only time they spend face-to-face. While phone calls and... Keep Reading
Power of Thanksgiving - The Health Benefits of Gratitude
By Steve Toll, care enhancement specialist  I have extremely fond memories of Thanksgiving.... Keep Reading

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