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Bird watching Can Be a Good Reason for Senior Residents to Go Out

If your senior family member spends all their time indoors, they may feel bored and confined. How about inviting them to go bird watching with you in the park? Bird watching is a pleasurable activity that is beneficial to your senior loved one’s health and well-being. It can also be something that can encourage them … Continue reading

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Senior Residents Can Use a Good Audiobook

Although many senior homeowners love to spend their time reading books or other reading materials to relax and entertain themselves during their afternoon breaks, it may be time for them to learn the joys of listening to audiobooks. Since many seniors experience eye strain due to excessive reading, listening to audiobooks may be a useful … Continue reading

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Staying Warm During the Cold Hours

Every morning and evening, it can get rather chilly for a senior homeowner because their aging process comes with weight loss. When they do not have enough fats, they quickly get cold during the morning or evening hours, increasing the risk for them to get sick. Thick clothing is always necessary for seniors, especially when … Continue reading

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Seniors Need Someone Whom They Can Turn to for Help at Home

When your senior loved ones can no longer drive themselves around because of their disability, they stay at home more. Sometimes, they get shut out from the world because they cannot go out much anymore. They have to wait for someone to visit them at the latter’s convenience. When seniors lose their freedom of going … Continue reading

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Top 5 Challenges of Independent Living and How Home Health Care Responds

What is independent living? Simply put, it’s a living arrangement especially allotted for seniors who are still able to handle things on their own but are already uninterested in performing chores in their own homes. They will want to live in an environment where some form of assistance is given but still they are in … Continue reading

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