Month: December 2014

Have You Noticed Your Senior Parent Having a Loss In Their Appetite or Lack of Energy? Here are Some Ideas for Cheering them Up.

By patrick / December 30, 2014 / Comments Off on Have You Noticed Your Senior Parent Having a Loss In Their Appetite or Lack of Energy? Here are Some Ideas for Cheering them Up.

Elder Care near El Dorado Hills, CA – 7 Great Ways to Cheer Up Your Senior Parent When people get sick, their mood goes down as well. It is a normal process. However, it is very important to keep a positive attitude, as this can help in dealing with different illnesses. Loss of energy or…

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Resolving Family Disputes: Using Mediation in Senior Care

By patrick / December 29, 2014 / Comments Off on Resolving Family Disputes: Using Mediation in Senior Care

This week we had the enlightening experience to visit with Elder Law attorney Nancy Milton of Progress Mediation in Elk Grove. The service is run by Nancy and her Partner Dominic Vessigault. Progress Mediation has been serving our community for 9 years now. Nancy has been a mediator since 1991, having earned her law degree…

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Defend Your Brain Against Dementia with Beet Juice

By patrick / December 29, 2014 / Comments Off on Defend Your Brain Against Dementia with Beet Juice

We’ve always know that beets were a good source of iron and b vitamins, supporting our blood pressure and cardiovascular system; but not many of us heeded our mother’s advice to eat this earthy and slightly sweet vegetable. Now scientists are telling us that beets can help defend against the degeneration of the brain that…

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Are You Letting Stress Get the Best of You as A Caregiver? Learn Some of the Signs You Can Watch For.

By patrick / December 24, 2014 / Comments Off on Are You Letting Stress Get the Best of You as A Caregiver? Learn Some of the Signs You Can Watch For.

Signs that Stress is Getting to You as a Caregiver near Granite Bay, CA It’s not every day that you take on the role of a caregiver for an elderly family member. You may not have ever thought that this day would come, but there it is in black and white. Your aging mother required…

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Wanda Demarest: El Dorado County Senior Day Care

By patrick / December 22, 2014 / Comments Off on Wanda Demarest: El Dorado County Senior Day Care

Spotlight on a Charitable Heart   With 10,000 people in the U.S. turning 65 every single day, the need for senior care is growing exponentially. There has been a proliferation of home care agencies in the Greater Sacramento area in the last few years, but that only helps those that are fortunate enough to have…

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How Much Do You Really Know About Home Care?

By patrick / December 17, 2014 / Comments Off on How Much Do You Really Know About Home Care?

Common Misconceptions People Have about Home Care Services near Roseville, CA How much do you know about home care services? If you’re like the vast majority of Americans, you may think you understand what home care services entails, but you may also believe some of the common misconceptions surrounding it. There are numerous misconceptions people…

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Facts about Osteoarthritis

By patrick / December 17, 2014 / Comments Off on Facts about Osteoarthritis

Senior Care near Roseville, CA – Assisting the Elderly with Arthritis There are more than 100 types of arthritis, and osteoarthritis is one of the most common forms. This is a chronic degenerative joint disease affecting millions of people. Many people think it is just a disease affecting the elderly but the Arthritis Foundation says…

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Has Your Senior Loved One Suffered from a Traumatic Brain Injury? Learn Effective Ways to Communicate.

By patrick / December 4, 2014 / Comments Off on Has Your Senior Loved One Suffered from a Traumatic Brain Injury? Learn Effective Ways to Communicate.

Home Health Care near Folsom, CA – Aphasia: Learning How to Communicate It is a condition affecting millions of people who have suffered a traumatic brain injury or a stroke. Survivors often suffer residual symptoms from both conditions. The disorder is called aphasia. After a stroke or brain injury many people will have problems with…

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