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Preparing for your stay – what to bring

Preparing for your stay What to bring to short-term inpatient rehabilitation You may be feeling a little anxious about your upcoming inpatient rehabilitation. While rehabilitation can cause some stress, you should be rest assured your stay will be quicker than you imagine! You may feel better if you prepare for your stay. One important thing […]

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Best apps for caregivers

With the advancement of technology, there are many tools conveniently found right in our pockets. The influx of apps on our mobile devices has given us many choices that allow our lives to become a little easier and more organized. From apps to monitor health and wellness, to educational tools, even communication between family and […]

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How to spot elder abuse

While nobody wants to think of their loved ones in an harmful situation, abuse does occur. Sadly, elder abuse affects seniors around the world. While elder abuse often occurs in the home, it can also be found in institutional facilities, such as long-term care. It is also difficult to tell how many of our seniors […]

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Tips for Managing Medications

Managing medications is a complex and challenging task for aging adults. Many older people are managing multiple conditions with multiple medications. Juggling what to take, when to take it and how much to take can be overwhelming, and in some cases a matter of life or death. The bottom line—the more drugs you take, the […]

Caregiving, Health & Wellness

How to Care for Parkinson’s Disease

The body is unique; although every person is made up of the same components, all bodies run differently. So it is no surprise that when someone suffers from an illness, they react in a different way than any other person, the disease is specific to them. Parkinson’s Disease is no exception. It is a highly […]

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Long Distant Care

Caregiving from a Distance Caring for a family member from miles away is a fact of life for many of us. According to the National Caregiver Survey by the Alliance for Caregiving, more than 34 million Americans are caregivers for an older family member — and out that number, an estimated 15% live one or […]