Category Archives: Senior Care

Socialization in Seniors: It’s More Important Than You Think

Nobody likes to be alone. A period of solitude might be a welcome break from the busy hubbub of daily life, but having too much of it can be disconcerting. Being in the company of loved ones and friends is always preferred. But when your senior loved one is already in their retirement years, remaining … Continue reading

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Here’s What Missing Meals Do to Your Senior Loved One

What’s the first thing you do when you’re hungry? You eat, right? But for seniors, it’s not always that easy. And it’s not just because they don’t feel like eating either. There are actually several reasons as to why they take a pass on having a meal. Your senior loved one might be missing their … Continue reading

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7 Things You Need to Know About Introverted Senior Citizens

There are many instances when we find ourselves very curious about breaking down the walls of our beloved senior citizens. Sometimes, they are quiet. Sometimes, they are very straight-forward. Sometimes, they are the hardest people to talk to because, they are very taciturn and always thinking, wandering elsewhere. It is fine, especially when they listen … Continue reading

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Medication Management Tips: What You Can Do on Behalf of Your Seniors

Old age is often associated with the development of a variety of illnesses. To keep these illnesses under control or treat their symptoms, aging individuals are often prescribed with certain medications. Along with these prescriptions are instructions as to when and in what dosages they should be taken. However, old age also means that many … Continue reading

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On a Fresher Perspective: 6 Steps to Become a Cool Granny

Three of the most attributable adjectives to senior citizens are wise, experienced, and reserved. Though these words sound grandeur and undeniably breathe an air of majesty, the same also appeals to be too uptight and boring. Why not change up things a bit? Hitting sixty-five and up is no reason for you to be bland … Continue reading

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