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Elderly Hygiene Products Personal Care Products For Seniors

When people get a certain age, it becomes more difficult for them to take care of themselves. This can be because they cannot reach well enough to do so or even because a disorder prevents it. To help your loved one in your family with personal care, there are elderly hygiene products you can get…
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Congestive Heart Failure In The Elderly

"All I Heard Was Congestive Heart Failure. What Does That Mean? Is She Going To Die? " "He Is Trying to Explain It -But It is Like The Doctor Is Speaking Another Language."... Try to stay calm-learning about your elder's disease is important but it takes time to process all the new information and terminology.…
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DNR Form What If You Don't Have One?

Elderly people sometimes want a DNR if they suffer from chronic illnesses and are concerned that their quality of life will suffer if they require resuscitation. A Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) order is another kind of advance directive. A DNR is a request not to have cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) if your heart stops or if you…
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Tips For Helping Elderly Parents Cope With Loneliness

Statistics clearly point out the leaning towards an aging population and coping with elder care and loneliness will become a concern for many of us at some stage in our adult years. Possibly a phone call from a anxious relative or neighbor will force us to confront our parent's changing condition and our own accountability…
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Misconceptions of Depression in the Elderly

Depression is a serious condition that is quite common in the elderly. With the proper intervention, depression can be treated and the quality of elderly depression, elderly assistancelife is improved. However, there are a lot of misconceptions about depression that stop people from getting the proper treatment. A lot of people think of depression as…
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Finding Affordable Veterans Assisted Living

There are way too many people who don't know about veterans assisted living benefits that can make the difference in the quality of care and the homes they can choose. If you are a war-time veteran (no you do not have to have seen combat or serve overseas) you probably have not been told about…
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Swine Flu Prevention

Swine Flu Prevention Guidelines For Seniors, The Aging & Caregivers You have all undoubtedly heard all the recent news about swine flu-but have you thought about what it means for the seniors in your life, your aging parents or you as a caregiver? To date, almost all cases in the North America have been mild…
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Getting Proper Care From an Alzheimer's Society

Are you looking for an American Alzheimers society aimed at providing education, emotional support and practical assistance for your Alzheimers patient relative? The importance of seeking Alzheimers help cannot be overstated. Two-thirds of Alzheimers caregivers suffer from depression. (more…)
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Fun Activities For Improving Senior Health

Something as simple as moderate exercise and physical activity can vastly improve senior health. Some people think exercising is a punishment. Possibly you think that because you've retired, you have the right to relax all day, correct? But resting isn't an excuse for laziness; we can workout and have fun concurrently! We need to see…
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Financial Planning For the Elderly

It's no surprise that with age, seniors often experience increased limitations, the loss of certain abilities and that they require more assistance with the activities of daily living. It is equally unsurprising that one's finances largely influence the types of services and long-term care available to that individual. An experienced financial planner for the elderly…
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