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Tag Archives: Senior Care

How Do You Convince a Senior Loved One to Get Help?

A lot of elderly parents prefer to keep their independence through retirement, but sometimes it can be a cause of worry for their older children. And if you’re reading this article, you might have felt the same way, too. But don’t worry, Edmacy Home Health Care has prepared a helpful guideline which you can use … Continue reading

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Is Your Home Senior Accessible?

If you have an elderly loved one staying with you or if you are taking care of a loved one in their home, it is important to make sure that it is safe and accessible. Having an accessible home will help your loved one live a better and more independent lifestyle. This is because they … Continue reading

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Ward Off Senior Depression with These Socialization Options

Is socialization still relevant in the senior years? Thankfully, yes. In fact, more than the relationships, it can also contribute greatly to their overall well-being, especially when it comes to depression. As a mental illness, depression can bring many different ways to limit your loved one’s opportunity to enjoy their senior season. However, with quality … Continue reading

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Living Alone Doesn’t Have to Be Lonely: Thanks to Companionship!

How many times a week do you get the chance to visit your senior loved ones? As much as you would like to drop by for a conversation, there are times when your current work schedule and bulk of personal appointments just won’t allow you. This leads you to worry about your elderly loved ones, … Continue reading

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6 Reasons Why Elderly Citizens Need Companionship Care

No amount of hair dye or skin care products will reverse the fact that our parents or grandparents are getting older. Considering that both their mind and body are becoming slower and weaker, the people surrounding them must participate and contribute to the betterment of their day to day living. It is ideal for able-bodied … Continue reading

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