All posts tagged "eldercare"

  • home care business recession proof
    Home Care – Why It’s A Recession Proof Business

    Americans have seen some difficult times during the recent economic downturn. Many business owners have seen a decrease in their bottom line, but even through the challenging economic times, home care business owners haven’t seen a wane...

    • Posted April 8, 2014
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  • home care continues to grow now
    Home Care – A Market That Will Continue To Grow

    Consider this: Within just a few decades, the population around the world is advancing as baby boomers reach the 60 year or older marker. What does this mean? At this increasing rate, it means that more baby...

    • Posted April 1, 2014
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    What to Expect When You Call a Home Care Agency

    When you call a home health agency, they’ll ask several questions regarding the type of care you’re looking for in your loved one’s home.  Once you and they determine you’re a good match, they will set up...

    • Posted March 25, 2014
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  • seven tips to free seniors from isolation one
    7 Tips to Help Seniors Break Free Of Elderly Social Isolation

    Elderly social isolation is a significant and widespread problem.  It speeds up mental decline, and physical decline soon follows.  Remaining involved in life is the key to happiness.  It stretches the mind, helping it to stay flexible...

    • Posted March 18, 2014
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  • keeping your memory sharp as a senior one
    Keeping Your Memory Sharp As A Senior – Reversible Causes Of Memory Loss

    As we grow older, physiological changes take place in the brain that slows mental processing.  With the slowed mental processing, forgetfulness can occur.    However in most cases, given enough time, whatever needs to be remembered, will come...

    • Posted March 11, 2014
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  • how to tell when your senior needs help at home seven
    How to Tell When Your Senior Needs Assistance at Home

    You may have noticed your senior family member is having more difficulty at home. They may need senior assistance.  This doesn’t necessarily mean they’re in need of a nursing home, or assisted living placement.  A better, more...

    • Posted March 4, 2014
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