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Fire Safety Tips when Caring for a Senior with Dementia

One of the biggest risks facing an elderly person with dementia is fire. If you’re taking care of a senior with dementia, fire safety might be near the top of your list when it comes to caregiving concerns. To help ease your mind, follow these fire safety tips from the pros.

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Can Yoga Benefit Seniors and Keep Them Active and Independent?

More and more older Americans are choosing to independently age in place at home every year, including many who are well into their 70s and 80s. One way that this empowered generation of seniors is staying more physically active and independent is by exercising. If you’re currently caring for an aging in place senior who needs more exercise, have you considered introducing them to Yoga?

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How to Involve Your Siblings in Mom or Dad’s Care

Taking care of an aging in place elderly parent by yourself can be time-consuming and stressful, especially when you have a career and household to manage. As a result, caregiver fatigue, or even burnout, are possible. If you’re currently in this situation, you may wondering: “How can I involve my siblings in our parent’s care?”. Fortunately, there are several effective ways to get them to participate, starting with these.

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5 Fun Spring Activities for Seniors in Southeastern Massachusetts

For older people living in Southeastern Massachusetts, springtime is a refreshing time of year punctuated by bright flowers, fresh air and warmer temperatures. That much-anticipated time of year also ushers in a plethora of spring activities for seniors, including many found within an hour’s drive of Middleboro.

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SAD Seasonal Affective Disorder

How to Help an At-Home Senior Deal with SAD

As autumn slowly fades away each year, it’s not uncommon for seniors in Massachusetts to experience some seasonal changes of their own. Clinically called Seasonal Affective Disorder, or “SAD”, the annual onset of these winter “blahs” is brought on by reduced amounts of sunlight combined with inactivity.

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How to Take Your Mind Off Caregiving Once You Get Home

Although caregiving is highly rewarding, it can also be stressful and frustrating at times. Continuing to think about caregiving responsibilities after you return home is not only detrimental to your own health and wellbeing, it can also place relationships with your spouse and kids at risk.

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Comfortable and safe shoes for seniors

How to Find Comfortable and Safe Shoes for Seniors

Millions of at-home elderly Americans suffer from foot problems that make wearing shoes uncomfortable. Countless other seniors slip and fall on wet surfaces due to lack adequate traction. If either of these scenarios are a concern for your aging in place loved one, finding them some comfortable and safe shoes for seniors is important for their health and well-being.

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