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Keep this printable brochure in plain sight so you know what to do for a stroke, heart attack, fall or prescription medication overdose.
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Following medication guidelines is essential to ensure that loved ones receive the benefits of prescriptions and avoid adverse reactions. Use these tips to create the best prescription management plan for your family member.
Downsizing has many upsides when moving into a senior living community.
Whether they’re pack rats or minimalists, helping parents downsize is an emotional process—these tips can help.
Challenge your brain with three puzzles to stimulate active thinking.
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Fitness directors in senior living communities promote successful aging and fall prevention through unique exercises.
Seniors are driving home remodels centered around mobility and accessibility.
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Get moving with three simple exercises to boost strength and flexibility and improve range of motion.
You can retrofit homes to keep loved ones safe longer, or let a senior living community take care of safety for you.
Fall prevention measures to keep seniors active and help prevent falls.
Regular exercise can help seniors stay mobile and prevent falls.
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Sandwich generation members face challenges balancing work and caregiving. Here’s how to reduce their long-term effects.
Forgetfulness can be concerning, but see a specialist before assuming it’s long-term memory loss.
Encouraging your parents to stay engaged may help prevent memory loss.
Research shows that age matters when it comes to risk factors of dementia and long term memory loss.
How to stave off memory loss with brain training.
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Adding brain-friendly choices into your diet can help prevent or slow the progression of the most common forms of long-term memory loss.
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Take this quiz to find out what you know—and should know—about your parents’ health.
Social and fitness activities at senior living communities do wonders for mobility after a fall.
Whether you’re new to Medicare or a seasoned beneficiary, pay attention to these Medicare issues during the annual open enrollment period.
Knowing what to look for can help adult children support parents struggling with addiction.
How adult children can help seniors get the depression treatment they need.
How to balance caregiving duties when you’re stuck in the middle.
If you’re worried about long-term memory loss, you should probably skip the online memory loss test screenings and visit a doctor.
Learn how technology can give seniors a memory boost.
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Learn how to navigate the complications that arise when siblings team up to care for an aging parent.
Making the move to a senior living community? Use this checklist as you pack.
What you need to know to secure quality care for your loved one—fast.
What you need to know about fall risk assessment and adjusting a senior’s home to reduce the risk of fall-related injuries.
Here’s what you need to put in writing to ensure your instructions will be carried out.
Safety starts in the home. Learn how caregivers can assess home safety and decrease the risk of falls.
Here’s what you need to know when your loved one has dementia.
When aging parents live far away, it’s hard to know how they’re doing—these tips offer help for caregivers.
Being a caregiver can often feel overwhelming. Use this guide to learn how to handle all the emotional and financial responsibilities.
Learn how senior living can help you become the best version of yourself.
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For long-distance caregivers, organization is key. Make sure you have all of the information you need to help your loved one, no matter where you are.
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Memory care can be the right solution—and offer some peace of mind—for those with dementia and their loved ones.
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Watch this video to learn about CCRCs, a senior living option that provides multiple levels of care on one campus.
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