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Medication Management for Seniors: Tips to Help Keep Your Loved One Safe

Many seniors take more than five prescriptions each day and proper medication management is important for safety.

With more than 10,000 prescription drugs available in the U.S., it’s no surprise that so many older adults – approximately one in three – are taking at least five of them each and every day. And family caregivers understand firsthand the difficulty of managing these medications for seniors. As a matter of fact, studies have shown that approximately 55% of prescription medications are being taken incorrectly for a variety of reasons, and the results can be exceedingly harmful. Continue Reading →

Home Preparation and Alzheimer’s

Home Preparation and Alzheimer's

Preparation and Planning are key

3 Things You Can Do to Prepare Your Home for a Loved One with Alzheimer’s

 Home Preparation and Alzheimer’s

Providing care to a loved one is a rewarding experience. You know that you are giving her the best possible care and that she will spend her remaining days surrounded by loving family. When serving as a caregiver for a loved one with Alzheimer’s, make sure that your home also is Continue Reading →

After The Loss of A Spouse

Loss of A Spouse

Supporting Seniors After The Loss of A Spouse

As we age, many things can change in our lives – our sight and hearing can go, we lose our dexterity, and we even might begin to lose a lot of our friends and loved ones. Making sure your loved one Continue Reading →

Foods For Memory And Focus

Foods For Memory And Focus

Mediterranean Diet Pyramid

5 Best Foods For Memory And Focus

Recently, food critics and scientists are advising the Mediterranean diet has been linked to a healthier heart, a stronger life, bones, and a reduced risk for high blood pressure and reduced risk for diabetes. In addition Continue Reading →

Memory Loss and Nutrition

Nutrition Month

Memory loss can be a result of many factors: level of physical activity, lifestyle, genetics, and environmental reasons.
We have control over the diet we consume, and certain foods can help boost our memory and brain functions Continue Reading →