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Evermind Allows Caregivers to Check on Seniors From Afar

Thanks to the improved quality of life afforded by modern medicine, seniors are able to live independently longer than ever. Regardless of our age, independence and autonomy are extremely important to us. Unfortunately, many of us will, at some point in our lives, be faced with the decision to place our aging loved-ones in assisted… Read more »

Managing the Stress of Being a Caregiver

As caregivers, we love the work we do. There are plenty of other careers out there, and few that require more attention and devotion than that of a caregiver. It might be demanding work, but it is also intensely rewarding. Unfortunately, after spending years lovingly tending to the needs of their clients, some caregivers become… Read more »

Home Safety Tips for Seniors

Since March is patient safety Month we thought this information might be useful. Due to the growing popularity of in-home care for seniors, it’s important to make sure you and your loved one are aware of the potential dangers present in the home for seniors living alone and prepare accordingly. You can help prevent falls… Read more »

Seniors Special Nutrition Needs

Seniors Special Nutrition Needs March is National Nutrition Month so here are some general guidelines for Seniors. Eating right and staying fit are important no matter what your age. As we get older our bodies have different needs, so certain nutrients become especially important for good health. Calcium and Vitamin D Older adults need more… Read more »

7 Early Warning Signs of Heart Attacks

A Message from Gina; February is Heart Attack Awareness Month. Did you know that more heart attacks occur on Monday then any other day of the week? Most of us think heart attacks are sudden, but there are numerous symptoms that often go unnoticed that are possible indicators — if you know what to watch… Read more »

S T R O K E …1,2,3,4 ..Did you know?

Did you know? Some helpful information about Strokes Stroke is the third leading cause of death and the leading cause of serious, long-term disability in the United States. Nearly three-quarters of strokes affect people over the age of 65. The risk increases significantly with age in both men and women, with half occurring after age… Read more »

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