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Senior Helpers of Upper Fairfield - CARING FOR SENIORS WHEN NATURAL DISASTER STRIKES

Senior Helpers of Upper Fairfield - CARING FOR SENIORS WHEN NATURAL DISASTER STRIKES Natural disasters have a devastating impact on cities, people,...
Author: kvanovitch

3 Tips for Daughters Juggling Life and Dementia Caregiving

Daughters are on the frontline of care for those with dementia. Stanford researchers indicate that 83 percent of caregiving is provided by unpaid...

Senior Helpers of Upper Fairfield: Adjusting Activities for Seniors

Senior Helpers of Upper Fairfield - Adjusting Activities for Seniors One of our main goals at Senior Helpers is to focus on what your aging loved one...
Author: kvanovitch

Senior Helpers Survey Finds Baby Boomers and Gen Xers Favor In-Home Care for Aging Loved Ones

Senior Helpers of Upper Fairfield With nearly 75 million Americans ages 51-691, Baby Boomers are currently the second largest living generation in...
Author: kvanovitch

Teaching In-Home Caregivers Seems To Pay Off

Seniorhelpdesk.com Healthcare Blog by Anna Gorman and Kaiser Health News    http://khn.org     Low-income Californians who are elderly and disabled...

3 Breathing Techniques for Heart and Brain Health

Effective Breathing Can Achieve Tremendous Health Benefits seniorhelpdesk.com healthcare blog by  Home Care Assistance New Haven County,      Yoga,...

The Truth About Grief

Losing a spouse is a devastating event that more than 900,000 men and women experience each year. A vast majority1 of these are individuals age 55...

The Power of Art Therapy in Dementia Care

Art therapy is used for many things; it helps people recover from trauma, it helps family units transform themselves and it can help facilitate...

Comfort Keepers of Shelton, CT Can Help Your Family Members Stay Home With Their Pets!

 by Comfort Keepers of Shelton, CT Loneliness plagues seniors across the country. The reasons for loneliness's prevalence in the senior community are...

5 Ways to Make Your Brain More Resilient to the Early Signs of Dementia

  Although dementia is a progressive disease that slowly deteriorates the brain, there are ways to make your brain more resilient to the early signs...