Senior Health Care Assistance

3 April 2019
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Becoming a senior citizen is a big accomplishment, as it means that you have been able to maintain good enough health to stay alive for a long time. However, just because you are healthy enough to stay alive, it doesn't mean that there are not any problems present that makes being a senior difficult. No matter how healthy you may be, it is common for elderly adults to develop various conditions that are naturally associated with growing old. Read More 

3 Benefits Of Hiring A Home Care Agency For Your Elderly Parent

30 August 2018
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One of the tougher things in life may involve seeing your parents get older. This can create a great deal of concern and work for you. Taking care of your last living parent can be extremely challenging. You're sure to have a lot to do already that requires your time and effort. From making a living to raising your family, you may have a lot on your plate. One way to help you care for one remaining elderly parent is by having a home care agency help. Read More 

Basilar Invagination Diagnosis? 2 Types Of Medical Equipment You Should Be Prescribed

1 July 2018
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Basilar invagination is a condition in which the opening for the spinal cord at the base of the skull closes or narrows. This is caused by the skull folding inward, which is caused by the second vertebra pushing upward. Sometimes, the resulting narrowing of the space causes brain stem compression, syringomyelia, hydrocephalus, pseudotumor cerebri, dysarthria, central sleep apnea, and orthostatic hypotension, many of which can be severely debilitating. and in worst cases, death can occur. Read More 

Depression In The Elderly: How You Can Help

5 October 2016
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As your loved ones grow older, the risk of depression becomes greater. There is an unfortunate lack of therapists dedicated solely to senior care, which can be problematic. In addition, seniors also avoid seeking care for depression as they feel it can be a burden on the family. This is why it is so crucial that you pay attention to symptoms of depression so that you can tackle the problem head on. Read More 

Five Tips For Saving Money When You Are Caring For An Elder Relative Or Loved One

8 January 2016
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Caring for an elder relative who can no longer care for themselves can be a loving and rewarding way to spend your time, but it can also be hard and expensive. Want to shave some of the costs down? Take a look at these ideas: 1. Explore the caregiver tax credit. If your loved one is mostly or completely reliant on you and he or she earns less than $3,950 annually, as of 2014, you may be able to claim him or her as a dependent on your return. Read More