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Senior Resources

We understand the issues faced by caregivers and the moral support they need in the process of providing care to their aging loved ones. aims to relief stress off your shoulders by providing you essential information about healthy aging and other senior citizens issues.

For achieving a better understanding the needs and wishes of an aging individual, you require authentic and trusted information and advice. We provide you guidance on common issues faced by caregivers such as communicating with the aging parents, finding the best home healthcare provider in your area, etc. These valuable resources are designed for you as a reward for your compassion and empathy.

The Best Advice for Planning to Meet Your Need for Long-Term Care

How likely do you think it is that you or a loved one will require long-term care or family medical care? If there is a need for long-term care, how will you meet it? Here is important information for planning for your future should a need for long-term care arise. Paying for long-term care Many

3 Best Ways to Prevent Dental Emergencies for Seniors

Dr. Greg Grillo ( In Los Angeles, California, dentists are constantly working to treat dental emergencies amongst senior patients. Dental emergencies can spring at any moment, and they seem to happen at the most inconvenient times. However, as one gets older, they, unfortunately, become more prone to these emergencies. Dental emergencies can either happen more

Senior Care Providers

HomeAideLLC – HomeAideLLC in-home caregiving services is a Livonia based business and a member of the Livonia Chamber of Commerce, Michigan Assisted Living Association, and the American Caregiving Association. They are a growing company committed to providing quality, ethical, and professional services to the community.

How to Help Seniors Avoid Scams

As technology changes around us, so do the ways that criminals attempt to scam people. Too often, seniors are the targets of scams that attempt to get money or identity information. It’s easy to see why seniors would be the targets of these types of crimes: they are the people most likely to have savings

How to Communicate with Your Doctor?

One of the things that increases as we age is the amount of visits we must make to a healthcare provider. Immune systems aren’t as strong once we reach a certain age, and as our bodies begin to break down or feel the effects of aging, more doctor’s visits become an unfortunate necessity. For many

How Can a Therapy Dog Help Seniors?

As the world’s populations shifts to more people over the age of 65 than ever before, healthcare providers are searching for new methods to help address some of the specific concerns of aging patients. There are many people for whom medication and therapy may not be enough to combat the need for daily assistance; but

Losing Weight Past Age 50

Losing weight is a topic that all adults, no matter their age, think about at least a few times. It’s hard not to, with advertisements surrounding us that promise results, movie stars and models getting thinner by the year, and popular culture constantly promoting the ideal appearance as part of a healthy life. It can

How to Prevent, Spot, and Treat Shingles

As children, we probably all experienced the chicken pox. It’s almost a rite of passage for toddlers and young children to go through one bout of the itchy, feverish rash. For most kids, a single instance of chicken pox is all it takes for the body to fight it off permanently. But when we reach

Mesothelioma Cancer and Senior Citizens

Mesothelioma is a rare and aggressive cancer that often hits early in retirement after years of occupational exposure to toxic asbestos fibers. It strikes an estimated 3,000 people annually in the U.S. U.S. Navy veterans, shipyard workers, and those who worked any number of blue-collar professions where asbestos products were used, are most at risk

Tips on Choosing the Best Nursing Home

If an older parent is hospitalized or is unable to manage on their own, it is best to look for a nursing home that provides for their needs. It is best to look for nursing homes prior to an emergency situation. There are certain factors that differentiate a good nursing home from a bad one.