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When It’s Time for Homecare: Signs and Options

You may pride yourself on being a quick thinker and problem solver who comes up with a viable action plan and implements it to solve challenges immediately—if not sooner—yet when it involves the “problem” of aging loved ones, action may come...

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Caring for Your Aging Parents

In 2020, nearly 20% of the US population was over retirement age (65+). In the next decade, 1 in 5 U.S. residents will be of retirement age. It is likely that if you are reading this article you have a parent or other loved one who will be of...

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Which is best for your loved one: In-Home Senior Care vs....

The next phase of life can be daunting as one approaches their retirement years. Helping Hands Senior Foundation offers assistance in both of these aspects, but between the level of involvement and financials there is no “one size fits all”....

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What is Elder Care and the Types?

Elder care is a topic many are curious about as they approach their late 50’s and have questions around the next phase of them in their life, or their parents’ lives. After preliminary research,we admit that the terms used in long-term care and...

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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....

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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...

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