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Remember Your Senior Loved Ones When Preparing for a Disaster

Jan 23, 2015 by Stephanie Howe

Seniors can be the most vulnerable age group during a natural disaster. They can’t be picked up and carried as easily as children can, but still need a fair amount of attention and assistance. People in every state should have at least a small amount of emergency preparedness. Where you live will determine what type of natural disaster to prepare for. Read Article

3 Ways to Promote Safety for Seniors with Glaucoma

Jan 16, 2015 by Stephanie Howe

Glaucoma is a very serious vision related problem that can affect people of all ages. It has a tendency to affect elderly individuals, or at least people who are over the age of 40 much more often than people under the age of 40. Read Article

Understanding the Senior Immune System

Jan 9, 2015 by Stephanie Howe

Fighting disease and infection is what our immune system lives for. Whether it’s by the first line of defense, preventing foreign agents into our bodies, or by the second line of defense, fending off harmful trespassers. Read Article

Understanding Your Role as a Family Caregiver During Rehabilitation

Jan 1, 2015 by Stephanie Howe

Providing home care for an elderly individual who is going through rehabilitation may seem to be a complicated task. If you have no prior experience as a caregiver, you may not fully understand what your role is in this relationship. Read Article

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