3 Ways To Help Your Elderly Loved One Feel Comfortable Through Conversation

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Many people have a grandparent, or loved one in a senior care center. Even though you know that it is important to visit and keep in touch, it might feel challenging. As your loved one ages it may become harder and harder to know how communicate with them. This is especially the case for youth and young adults. The goal when talking with the elderly is to make it a positive experience for both individuals.…

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Three Issues You May Not Realize Someone With Alzheimer's Disease May Be Facing On A Daily Basis

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If you are living with someone who has Alzheimer’s disease, it may sometimes create a very stressful situation for both you and your loved one with the disease. It can sometimes be difficult for someone without the disease to understand how the person who is living with it is really feeling mentally, emotionally, and physically. The following guide will give you a peek into a few issues that someone with Alzheimer’s disease has to deal with on a daily basis that you may not even realize they are experiencing.…

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Keeping Your Senior In Good Health During Flu And Cold Season

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Senior citizens are more susceptible to coming down with a cold or flu when exposed to bacteria and viruses. While most people’s immune system can help fight off the sickness, seniors suffer from weaker immune systems. Their bodies do not produce the same amount of antigens they once did. This means when they exposed to viruses and germs, it can turn into a more serious problem that others would have no problem fighting off.…

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