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Protecting your Loved Ones from Bad Home Care

Protecting Your Senior Loved One From Bad Home Care

Concerns for your senior loved one underscore a harsh reality — aging makes people more vulnerable. Seniors are at risk of many ailments: dementia, Alzheimer's and mobility issues. Ensuring Mom or Dad is safe and healthy may seem increasingly challenging as you consider introducing a caregiver into the home.

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6 Ways to Care for an Aging Loved One With No Immediate Family Nearby

Worrying about aging parents is the reality for many adult children, whether their parents live alone or with a spouse whose health or memory is failing; however, it's especially hard when you no longer live near your parent. You know Dad's getting to an age where he can't be entirely independent. What happens when you or your siblings are not around to drop in on him?

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Home Care Caregiver Helping a Senior in a Wheelchair

When the Elderly Need Help, Who is Their "Natural Caregiver?”

Maybe you know of one living nearby. An elderly senior, someone you see around town, at the grocery store or your favorite local diner. You immediately feel bad, because it seems like this person is lonely. Sadly, it's likely this person's reality. These days more older adults are aging without a spouse or children, and that's creating unique problems.

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