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Dementia and Physical Stamina
Dementia and Physical Stamina Thu, Mar 29, 2018 A new study links your physical stamina now to your risk for dementia later in life. Read More

Stroke Prevention
Stroke Prevention Thu, Mar 01, 2018 Up to 80% of strokes are preventable, Learn how to reduce your risk. Read More

Is it Time for Assisted Living?
Is it Time for Assisted Living? Fri, Feb 16, 2018 There are warning signs that might suggest it is time to make the move into assisted living. Read More

Dry Skin Solutions for Seniors
Dry Skin Solutions for Seniors Thu, Nov 02, 2017 As the weather begins to change, you may be noticing some changes in your skin as well. 75% of seniors are affected by dry and flaky skin. Here are some tips to alleviate the discomfort of dry skin and prevent further skin complications. Read More

Why do Seniors Bruise More Easily?
Why do Seniors Bruise More Easily? Wed, Oct 25, 2017 Do you feel that with age you find more and more bruises on your skin? In fact, most of the time you don’t even recall what happened to you.  It is true that some people bruise more easily than others, especially women, but age also is a contributing... Read More

No Sugar Added Snacks- Your Must Have List
No Sugar Added Snacks- Your Must Have List Mon, Oct 16, 2017 Whether you are trying to lose weight, keep your blood sugar in check, or simply want to feed your children healthy, avoiding added sugar takes work. As with any change, it will be a learning process, but here are a few snack ideas to keep you on the... Read More

Do you Know the Warning Signs for Stroke?
Do you Know the Warning Signs for Stroke? Mon, Oct 02, 2017 The American Heart Association reports that each year 800,000 people have a stroke and about 130,000 die because of it. That makes stroke a leading cause of death in the United States. Do you know the warning signs? Would you know to act immediately ... Read More

Special Needs Shelters in Volusia County
Special Needs Shelters in Volusia County Fri, Sep 08, 2017 With Hurricane Irma approaching, it is important we take the necessary precautions to keep our senior loved ones safe. While it is ideal for evacuees to stay with family or friends, many seniors in our community may not have that option. There are 33... Read More

4 Steps for Creating a Caregiving Team
4 Steps for Creating a Caregiving Team Sat, Sep 02, 2017 The purpose of a Caregiving team is to meet your aging loved one’s needs without putting all the demands on one family member. Caregiving can be very stressful and overwhelming when one person is solely responsible. A care plan that lacks a support s... Read More

Apps to Coordinate Family Caregiving
Apps to Coordinate Family Caregiving Tue, Aug 29, 2017 Many families have decided to use the team approach to caregiving to help ease the work load. Team caregiving requires excellent communication skills among family members, as well as a good system for coordinating efforts. There are several apps avai... Read More

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