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June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

Learn Ten Ways to Love Your Brain This June, during Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, join the Alzheimer’s Association® to help raise awareness of this devastating disease. You can start by learning and sharing 10 Ways to Love your Brain. Research is still evolving, but evidence is strong that people can reduce their risk of […]

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When is It Time for Elderly Drivers to Surrender Their License?

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Elderly Drivers Often Don’t Know When to Say “When” One of the hardest things aging individuals struggle with is the loss of independence. These proud people have lived by themselves for years, done everything for themselves, and don’t want to burden anyone else in any way. Unfortunately, there comes a time when elderly individuals must […]

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Senior Care Study Shows Phone Calls May Keep Loved Ones Out of Hospitals

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Keeping your elderly loved one out of the hospital may be as simple as checking in by phone. That’s what the results of a new study from Harvard University have uncovered: if at-home caregivers used a specific checklist at the end of every visit, families avoided costly and dangerous re-hospitalization. Which is wonderful news because […]

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In Loving Memory

  It is with great sorrow that we morn the passing of one of the most wonderful clients we have ever had the pleasure of serving.  Nell Daniel passed away February 18, 2018. Nell lived to serve and encourage. She loved her Lord, her family, and her church and she will be missed by everyone […]

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NIA Recommends In-Home Care so Individuals Can Age in Place

in-home care means seniors get the helping hand they need to stay at home longer

Studies have shown that elderly individuals struggling with the reality of their declining ability to care for themselves actually fear the loss of their independence and being forced to move into a nursing home more than death itself. Thankfully there are many more options available to your loved ones now than simply “moving into a […]

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5 Easy New Year’s Resolutions for Elderly Folks

5 Easy New Year's Resolutions for Elderlr Individuals

New Year’s Resolutions for Elderly Individuals That they Can Keep! It’s not easy for anyone to stick to those New Year’s resolutions but elderly folks often have more difficulty in doing so than the rest of us. Part of the problem is many of us make resolutions that are simply too big. The secret to […]

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6 Reasons Why Hiring a Home Care Agency in Texas is Better than Relying on Friends

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When the time comes to have someone assist your loved one so they can live comfortably in their own homes, you have many choices to consider and options to evaluate. Unfortunately, those choices aren’t always easy to make. Do you hire a professional home care service provider from a local agency in Texas? Do you […]

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Aging In Place in Texas: Elderly at Risk In House Fires

Aging In Place In Texas Safely through fire prevention

According to the Texas Department of Insurance there are roughly 80,000 reported fires in Texas annually. One every seven minutes. 65% (or 52,000) of those happen in residential settings. As devastating as these house fires can be, they take a tremendous toll on elderly individuals aging in place in Texas. Is Your Loved One At Risk? […]

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Proper Diabetes Management May Help Prevent Broken Bones

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New research has uncovered a link between two common ailments faced by elderly individuals here: Diabetes and Broken Bones. A new study suggests that the disease may play a larger role in contributing to severe fractures than previously suspected. If so, could the reverse also be true? Could proper diabetes management prevent fractures? The Many […]

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Physical Therapy Can Help Prevent Falls at Home

Help prevent falls at home with physical therapy for elderly individuals

More and more of us are choosing to age in place and grow old in our own homes—which is great! Sadly, injuries suffered at home are still one of the leading causes of hospitalization and accidental death for people over the age of 65. Chief among these potentially fatal accidents are falls. But new research […]

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