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Foods That Help Seniors in Recovery

Following a diet plan centered on proper nutrition is one way to help seniors recover quickly from a recent hospitalization. During a hospital stay, the doctors and nurses work together to ensure that each patient consumes healthy foods. After returning home, it's crucial for seniors...

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What You Need to Know About Observation Status

Did you know that when you or your loved one goes into a Medicare-participating hospital that you may not necessarily be considered an inpatient even though you are in a hospital bed for multiple days, or even weeks, receiving physician and nursing services, tests, medications, food and supplies...

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How Good Habits Help Seniors Stay Active and Healthy

Getting older can be difficult for a lot of people. They feel like they can't do the same things they used to do and are afraid of looking too elderly. Growing older is unavoidable, but it doesn't mean you have to look or feel old. If you make the effort to take care of your health and stay fit, there is no reason you shouldn't look and feel young and healthy...

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Recognizing Symptoms of Dementia in Elderly

The Smiths were realizing that their mother was getting more forgetful and confused with each passing day. Could be plain and simple aging or was the problem deeper? Had the Smiths been able to recognize the symptoms of dementia in the elderly, they would have promptly taken their mother to a doctor. She was displaying classic signs of dementia....

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Home Safety Tips for Seniors

Home care workers can provide in-home health care such as administering medications, tube feeding and insulin injections. For seniors who desire to continue living at home, it helps to be knowledgeable of ways they can be safe and avoid accidents. Here are some helpful tips...

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Houston's Home Care in Perspective

In-home care is an invaluable resource that assists families in reducing stress and eliminating worry, while providing elderly family members with compassionate and consistent care. Families who obtain in-home care are able to re-establish personal freedom, enjoy alone time, concentrate on work and enjoy their social life, while...

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How Home Care Can Improve Health for Seniors

When seniors reach an age where they are no longer able to adequately care for themselves, they and their loved ones are usually left with the choice between an assisted care facility or in-home care. While an assisted care facility can work well for some seniors, there are several benefits associated with in-home care that can result in improved health and overall well being...

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Importance of Finding Social Support in Elderly Years

When you or someone you know is approaching their elder years, you may find yourself wondering, how important can social support be to your overall health? As a person ages, they might not typically think of social support as being a factor in their health. Understandably, most people want to spend time with their families and companions in their later years instead of choosing to isolate and become lonely...

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Things Family Members Can Do To Help Monitor Medications for Their Elderly Parents

An informational graphic on some ways we as family members can help our elderly loved ones with such things as medication. Our loved ones might need some assistance sometimes with basic everyday routines, and it's always a good responsible practice to remember these small steps to make sure your loved one is taking their medications properly. - source of information is from longtermcarelink.net.

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A Houston Home Care Story

Norman and Martha married in 1945 and celebrated their 66 years of marriage at home in Houston. Ninety-four year old Norman and ninety-one year old Martha were able to live in their own home with the assistance of a Professional Geriatric Care Manager and private duty in-home caregivers...

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