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What Seniors Need to Know About Adopting a Pet

Pets are an important part of many seniors’ lives. They are a source of comfort and a barrier against loneliness. Pets can play a large role in a senior’s care and comfort. But, it’s important for seniors to consider how adopting a pet will fit into their lifestyle. Anyone that loves animals could tell you…

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Tech Safety for Seniors

Phones and the Internet have become integral to everyday life. Seniors are better versed in technology than ever. Yet, seniors’ tech safety is more at risk than ever. Scammers that become savvier every day are targeting seniors. It’s no longer easy to identify fraud when it calls or emails you. The U.S. Senate Special Committee…

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The Importance of Friendship for Senior Health

Social interaction is vital to every senior’s health, wellbeing, and quality of life. Regular interactions with a kind, friendly caregiver can help lift a senior’s spirits and keep them mentally active and engaged. The impact that healthy relationships can have on an individual’s life go farther than many may expect, preventing disease and aiding in…

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The Importance of Independence & Aging in Place

“I know I could not have stayed in my home without them.” – Sarah “Seniors Helping Seniors has been an ideal senior service provider for my 95 year old mother who’s desire it is to continue to live independently in her own home.” – Pat These are just a few examples of testimonials we get…

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Avoiding Heat Stress

“Summertime and the livin’ is easy”? Sure, when staying inside in the air conditioning! The bright, beaming sunshine is more than just an excuse to go to the beach. It can be a danger, if pushed out of mind. So take the time to re-evaluate some habits. Start carrying a re-usable water bottle, dress lighter,…

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Caring for Veterans

According to the U.S. Census, there are 18.2 million veterans in the United States. Of that 18.2 million, 12.3 million are over the age of 55. As these seniors and their loved ones begin to consider care options that will allow them to age in the comfort of their own home, they have some unique…

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Maintaining and Improving Balance with Age

Falls can be very serious for seniors. According to the CDC, annually there are 3 million older people treated in emergency departments for fall-related injuries. Our caregivers look for potential tripping hazards and other injury risks when they visit a senior’s home, and can make corrections or recommend that a service provider is contacted. But…

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Dealing with Alzheimer’s & Dementia

Dealing with memory impairment and other challenges that present themselves with Alzheimer’s or dementia can be scary. It may feel like you or a loved one is losing something too precious for words . It’s more important than ever to have a strong support system before and after diagnosis. This support system can include online…

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Top 5 Things to Know Before Becoming a Caregiver

Becoming a caregiver not only changes your life, but also gives you the opportunity to change so many others’ lives. Caring for those who can’t care for themselves is a beautiful gesture that takes a lot of time, energy, and patience. In order to set yourself up for success it’s important to be primed on…

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