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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

Can you Spot Hidden Sugars?
Can you Spot Hidden Sugars? Thu, Oct 12, 2017 In order to make healthy food decisions, it is important to know how to spot added sugar on food labels. Sugars can be disguised in clever ways , but knowing the synonyms for sugar will help you avoid a sugary trap. Read More

Hidden Sugar in your Breakfast
Hidden Sugar in your Breakfast Wed, Oct 11, 2017 Breakfast is referred to as the most important meal of the day, yet we are consuming more sugar than we realize. There are many seemingly “healthy” foods that have a surprising amount of hidden sugars. Read More

Caregiver Tip- Steps to Become an Early Riser
Caregiver Tip- Steps to Become an Early Riser Mon, Oct 09, 2017 Are you ready to join the select group of successful go-getters ready to conquer the world (and their to-do list) before the sunrise? Waking up early has so many benefits, but changing a habit is often easier said than done. Here are 5 steps to help ... Read More

Caregiver Tip:  5 Reasons to Become an Early Riser
Caregiver Tip:  5 Reasons to Become an Early Riser Fri, Oct 06, 2017 Everyone knows that person who is up and at ‘em  way before the sun. You wonder why on Earth they would do that, but secretly wonder if they know something you don’t. Well, those early risers might actually be on to something. If you are considering ... 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

Caregiver Tip: Make your Day More Productive
Caregiver Tip: Make your Day More Productive Sat, Sep 30, 2017 It is so easy to fall into habits that make you less productive and less efficient with the hours you have in the day. As the to-do list grows longer, it is time to step back and reevaluate how you spend your time. The key is not to work harder to ch... Read More

Stroke Prevention- 4 Lifestyle Changes to Reduce your Risk
Stroke Prevention- 4 Lifestyle Changes to Reduce your Risk Wed, Sep 27, 2017 When it comes to reducing your chances of having a stroke, there are many factors out of your control. Gender, age, and family history are just a few of the risk factors that you can do nothing about. The good news is there are some lifestyle changes... 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

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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