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5 Home Safety Tips for the Elderly

As we get older, our physical abilities are not as strong as they were when we were in our 20s and 30s. If you have senior loved ones who are in their 60s and beyond, it is good that you understand they are now more fragile and need assistance. Accidents like falls, burns, and poisoning … Continue reading

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6 Practical Fall Prevention Tips for Seniors

Falls have been more and more common among older adults, especially when they are on their own. Other accidents like burns and poisoning have also contributed to difficulties in senior’s health. If your loved one is unsupervised at home, make sure you make necessary precautions to prevent anything bad from happening. Here are some tips … Continue reading

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Hospice Care: Easing Your Loved Ones on the End of Their Journey

Hospice care is a service that is required when your loved ones are suffering from a terminal condition that has no cure. Our services are committed to improving the quality of life for your loved ones, rather than using a cure that does not exist. Helping Hands Foundation is a Senior Home Care in Sherman … Continue reading

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The Basics on Fall Prevention for Senior Citizens

Senior citizens face many challenges at an advanced age, such as falling. Unlike younger people where falling is not an issue, this can be a serious thing for many elderly individuals where it could cause severe injury. This is why it is so important to make sure that you are taking the steps needed to … Continue reading

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Palliative Care VS. Hospice Care – the Real Scores

Have you heard of the terms palliative care and hospice care? Sound familiar? These terms, though relatively contemporary, are widely used by many American families. Both provide for comfort and support, not just physically, but also mentally, emotionally, and psychologically. It is usually asked if families are about to or have recently experienced a loss … Continue reading

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