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Our Resource Center has created a collection of essential insights and recommendations for Caregivers and families.
These resources provide clear, timely answers to questions about COVID-19 related to your senior loved one.
Create normal routines for seniors during the coronavirus

Maintain a Healthy Routine for Seniors During COVID-19

While the sudden changes created by COVID-19 are preparing us all for a “new reality,” it’s also important to instill normal routines and schedules for seniors during this time of uncertainty.

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Social Care Program Helps Seniors with Social Distancing During Coronavirus Pandemic

Social Care Program Helps Seniors Cope With Social Distancing

As the coronavirus pandemic progresses, social distancing continues to be recommended by medical experts across the globe to limit the spread of COVID-19. For older adults, social distancing can be more problematic for their physical and emotional well-being. Find out how our Social Care Program can help your senior parents and elderly family members remain happy and emotionally connected during the pandemic.

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Discover hygiene tips to protect the elderly and seniors from viruses such as COVID-19

Virus Prevention Tips for In-Home Senior Caregivers

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted our lives and altered how we interact with each other. It’s only natural to be anxious and worried if you’re caring for an elderly loved one who could be vulnerable to COVID-19. Learn simple ways to ensure your senior loved one is as protected as possible from contagions.

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Finding work-life balance while caring for an elderly loved one during coronavirus pandemic.

9 Tips for Balancing Senior Care with Working from Home

Many family caregivers of older adults have found themselves in the unexpected position of balancing work from home with increased eldercare responsibilities. Navigating these new – and sometimes unchartered waters – can be overwhelming. Here are nine tips to help family caregivers manage their new senior care roles while working productively from home.

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Talk to your senior loved ones about the importance of precautions during the coronavirus pandemic.

How to Talk to Seniors About COVID-19 Precautions

The coronavirus pandemic has caused family caregivers to feel more anxious about their elderly loved ones’ health and safety — especially when some seniors are refusing to change their behaviors or take COVID-19 seriously. However, there are a several things family caregivers can do to protect senior loved ones and help them understand why coronavirus is a cause for concern.

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Running Essential Errands

As communities across the United States take steps to slow the spread of COVID-19 by limiting close contact, people are facing new challenges and questions about how to meet basic household needs, such as buying groceries and medicine, and completing banking activities. The following Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) information provides advice about how to meet these household needs in a safe and healthy manner.

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6 Creative Ways to Communicate While Maintaining Social Distancing with Seniors

Keeping seniors and other vulnerable populations safe through social distancing is absolutely vital as COVID-19 spreads. Although it can be tricky at times, there are plenty of ways to help elderly people stay socially connected and not fall prey to feelings of loneliness and social isolation.

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5 Ways Seniors Can Stay Active During COVID-19 Social Distancing

Although it’s important for older adults to protect their health during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s also vital they stay physically and mentally active. However, it can be challenging to find appropriate social distancing activities for seniors. Here are five ways seniors can stay active while following social distancing guidelines.

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Home Care Heroes: In-Home Caregivers Provide Essential Services During COVID-19 Pandemic

Every day, thousands of older adults across the nation rely on Visiting Angels’ caregivers to help them manage everyday tasks, such as bathing, dressing, grocery shopping, and preparing meals – even in times of a national crisis.

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6 Coronavirus Scams and Hoaxes Targeting the Elderly

6 Coronavirus Scams and Hoaxes Targeting the Elderly

Vulnerable seniors are being preyed on by scammers using a broad range of coronavirus cons to harm them financially and emotionally. Your best defense to protect your senior loved ones is to be aware of these deceptions. Here are six coronavirus-related scams now targeting older adults.

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Protect your elderly loved ones during coronavirus outbreak

Coronavirus and the Elderly: How to Protect Your Senior Loved Ones

With so much misinformation circulating, it can be difficult to know what to do to protect yourself and your elderly loved ones. But don’t panic: you and your loved ones can take actions to reduce the risk of becoming ill from COVID-19.

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Taking Care of Our Emotional Health

Tips to support you and your senior’s emotional health.

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How to Care for Someone in the Home who has COVID-19

Tips for caring for yourself or someone in your home who has COVID-19.

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Keeping Yourself and Others Safe

Steps to protect yourself and others from the transmission of the coronavirus.

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Cleaning Tips to Limit COVID-19 Survival in the Home

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has provided home cleaning guidance for slowing the spread of this virus in homes of people with presumptive or confirmed COVID-19.

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