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Eye Care and Protection for Seniors and Active Adults

Eye Care and Protection for Seniors and Active Adults

Safeguarding the eyes is crucial for active and older adults due to age-related changes and risks. Our eyes undergo natural changes as we age that make them more susceptible to various eye conditions and injuries. Therefore, it becomes crucial for seniors and active adults to prioritize eye care and protection. In this article, we will…

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Caregiver of the Month – June 2023

Caregiver of the Month – June 2023

Care at Home announces Randolph as Caregiver of the Month for June 2023. The Care at Home team has named Randolph as Caregiver of the Month for June 2023. His unwavering passion and genuine love for what he does have made him a standout in the field. Randolph’s approach to caregiving is rooted in his…

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Meet the Team: Receptionist

Meet the Team: Receptionist

Meet Autumn, our dedicated Receptionist who joined the Care at Home team in February 2023. In addition to being the friendly voice on the other end of the phone, Autumn handles various administrative tasks and ensures smooth operations within the office. She plays a crucial role in supporting the Human Resources and Recruiting departments, contributing…

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Health Benefits of Summer Activities for Seniors

Health Benefits of Summer Activities for Seniors

Discover the transformative power of summer activities for seniors, enhancing health, happiness, and connections. As the warm weather arrives, seniors have the opportunity to engage in various summer activities that bring favorable benefits to their overall well-being. Summer offers a chance for older adults to embrace the outdoors, stay active, socialize, and enjoy new experiences.…

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Coping with Diabetes in Older Age

Coping with Diabetes in Older Age

Proper medical care and lifestyle changes can help to manage diabetes in older adults. Diabetes is a chronic health condition that occurs when the body is unable to regulate blood sugar levels properly. It is a prevalent condition among older adults, with an estimated 25% of individuals aged 65 and older having diabetes. There are…

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Arthritis Joint Pain and Stiffness in Later Life

Arthritis Joint Pain and Stiffness in Later Life

Arthritis is a common condition with many treatment options available to manage symptoms and improve quality of life. Arthritis is a common condition among older adults, affecting millions worldwide. It is a term used to describe joint pain or joint disease and can affect any joint in the body. The two most common types of…

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Managing Strokes in Older Adults

Managing Strokes in Older Adults

Strokes in older adults can be devastating, but steps can be taken to help prevent and manage them. Strokes are a leading cause of disability and death in older adults. According to the American Stroke Association, about three-quarters of all strokes occur in people over 65. Understanding the causes, symptoms, and risk factors of strokes…

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Respite Care for Family Caregivers of Aging Loved Ones

Respite Care for Family Caregivers of Aging Loved Ones

Respite care helps families maintain physical and emotional well-being balance. Caring for an aging loved one can be challenging and demanding. It can also take a toll on the physical and emotional well-being of family caregivers. Respite care is a service that provides a much-needed break for families, allowing them to rest and recharge while…

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Depression in Older Adults: Detection, Treatment, and Support

Depression in Older Adults: Detection, Treatment, and Support

Depression in older adults is a serious issue that requires attention and care. Depression is a common mental health issue affecting people of all ages, including older adults. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), around 7% of people over the age of 60 suffer from depression globally. Depression in older adults can be difficult…

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Keeping Active as We Age

Keeping Active as We Age

Maintaining an active lifestyle through regular physical activity is crucial for healthy living at an older age. As we age, it becomes increasingly important to maintain an active lifestyle to stay healthy and independent. Regular physical activity can help older adults and seniors improve their cardiovascular health, strengthen their muscles and bones, and maintain balance…

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