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Give Some TLC to Your Family Caregiver

November is to give honor to family caregivers. The Mental Health America proudly recognizes this month as a time to celebrate the contributions of caregivers. To learn more about this month, check it here https://bit.ly/3wtAjwu. To kickstart this month’s celebration, give some tender loving care to your family caregiver. We know what kind of significant … Continue reading

Preparing for the Upcoming Winter

The upcoming winter may affect your loved one’s overall health and well-being. To prevent this, caring for your lo daily needs to be looked after. If you are in need of having someone to take care of your loved ones, we are the people for the job. We at Advantage Senior Care offer home health … Continue reading

Look: Reasons Why Seniors Need Skin and Nail Care

Seniors cannot keep up with their hygiene as they grow older. This is one of the indications for family members to know that their senior loved ones need home care services. Hygiene is essential for seniors. And the word hygiene is not complete without the involvement of skin and nail care. The skin and the … Continue reading

What Seniors Should Know Before Starting Yoga

What Seniors Should Know Before Starting YogaOne of the major selling points of Yoga is its adaptability to various populations of differing physical abilities and needs. Whether you’re 16 or 60 years old doesn’t matter— there are poses and exercises that will suit you quite nicely. How Appropriate Is Yoga for Seniors? Yoga is a … Continue reading

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

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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