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Geriatric Depression

Geriatric Depression

The changes that we must adapt to in later life—retirement, the death of friends and other loved ones, increasing isolation, a decrease in vitality/ independence, medical problems—often cause depression. These losses prevent you from enjoying life as you did. The effects go beyond mood. Other symptoms include a lack of energy, sleep disturbances, appetite changes, and even physical health. However, depression is not a normal part of aging and should be acted upon. Today there are many actions yo

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Assisted Living to Improve Quality of Life for Seniors

As our loved ones age, it’s not unusual for them to have increased difficulty preforming daily activities like showering, toileting, dressing, maintaining the house, running errands, socializing with friends and family, and remembering to take their medications. If your parent or loved one is experiencing these or other difficulties associated with living in their own […]

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Should Your Senior Loved One Be Driving?

Driving represents independence for seniors, allowing them to feel less isolated and to take advantage of everything a community has to offer. However, driving may not be the best option for everyone. Even though your loved one may be healthy, seniors develop slower reflexes, reaction times and decreased cognitive abilities as they age. If you […]

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Transitioning to Assisted Living or Nursing Homes Facilities

Moving to a senior care facility can be a daunting task filled with emotion and stress. Although your loved one may have moved several times throughout their life, this move is an entirely different experience for all involved.  It’s understandable that many seniors fear moving from a family home and lifetime of memories to a […]

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