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Fun Brain Stimulating Games for Seniors

A lot of cases have proven how aging can be tricky for your brain health. The good news is, there are ways to help maintain your memory and brain health. Keeping your body healthy is as important as keeping your mind healthy, especially in old age. Here at Advantage Senior Care, a trusted and well-established Home … Continue reading

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Elder Care Tips – Getting Ready to Age in Place

Aging in place is the preferred choice of most seniors. This option is more comfortable than moving out to an assisted living facility. It is also a less stressful choice. Continuing to live in a place you’re familiar with eliminates the stress of having to adjust to a new environment. If there’s an elderly person … Continue reading

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Helping Seniors Achieve Healthy Hair

Our hair is among the most noticeable part of our body—even from a distance. And it plays a huge part in our appearance. As we age, we lose the luster we once had. The color may turn gray and we may experience some hair loss. These changes can also affect how seniors feel about themselves. … Continue reading

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6 Reasons Behind Medication Mismanagement in Seniors

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that five out of every six seniors aged sixty-five years old and above take at least one medication while nearly half of the geriatric population take three meds or more. In spite of this, fifty-five percent of the elderly demographics receiving non-medical homecare in Indiana have been … Continue reading

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Fall-Prevention Measures for Your Elderly Loved Ones

Falls are the most common accidents among seniors and can result to broken bones, hip fractures, head injuries, and even death. Some seniors may avoid staying active due to the fear of experiencing a fall. However, as any provider of home health care in Indianapolis would tell you, falls can be prevented! If you have … Continue reading

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Manage Geriatric Depression – Part 2

Particularly in senior the years, managing depression may not be easy. Older adults can experience different life adjustments that include changes in their physical ability, health, autonomy, and nutrition needs. Dealing with depression is an extension to these already uncontrollable changes. Here are some helpful tips: Ensure that they attend their doctor’s appointments Older adults … Continue reading

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