It’s easy for older adults to enjoy life, especially if they receive thoughtful gifts like a fancy coffee maker, an easy-to-use gadget, or a cozy blanket – like a cozy blanket. In addition, older adults appreciate sentimental gifts, especially since they value doing things together with family and friends. Long-term care residents, seniors in retirement…

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In a recent update, the U.S. Census Bureau examined unpaid care for family members. Given by AARP and Alliance for Caregiving, Caring in the U.S. 2020. Those who become liable for another person’s sickness or disability as a result of illness or disability belong with their family and their friends. It’s sometimes hard to see the…

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Long-term care comes with various services to meet the personal care needs that maintain a person’s health. It is necessary for people who can’t perform their daily life activities on their own. The “From The Heart Home Care” In-home Caregivers provide long-term care services, thereby ensuring an independent and safe way of living. It is…

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Cancer treatments have been improved thanks to advances in research to be more effective and reduce side effects. However, there are still some misconceptions about cancer treatment. Here’s a look at some of the most common ones and the explanations behind them. Myth: Keeping a positive attitude is all it takes to beat cancer Truth:…

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People of the Western world suffer from heart disease as one of the major killers and it’s usually preventable. Choosing a healthy diet is essential and you should avoid foods that commonly cause heart disease. While there is very little scientific evidence that certain foods cause heart disease, many theories have been put forth. Not…

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It is important to recognize that people with autism spectrum disorders have characteristics that make life even more challenging for them. In order to help ensure they are receiving the best possible treatment, it is important to understand how to work with them. Individuals on the autism spectrum need extra empathy and patience from those…

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It’s hard not to graciously welcome the seasons when they come, especially when it comes to the weather. Autumn’s almost tangible energy brings with it the promise of new possibilities and opportunities. This season, take advantage of the rich variety of opportunities you can use as a time to express yourself to yourself and your…

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In the decades ahead, as the number of people entering senior communities continues to rise, the need for quality, consistent caregiver training increases so that these communities and their caregivers are prepared to deliver the best possible care and services. Owners and operators of retirement communities must ensure that their employees have access to training…

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The number of people with Alzheimer’s is expected to grow exponentially in the United States by 2025, to over five million people. It is vital to provide trusted caregivers and their families with knowledge and skills for coping with this condition. It is incredibly important and challenging to provide care that leads to positive outcomes…

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Throughout our lives, we become more and more vulnerable to injury, sickness, and disease. Many things can happen with aging, such as loss of bone thickness and balance loss, both of which can lead to falls. Some of these issues can also be an issue with a loss of immune function. The state of our…

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