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How to Prepare for the 2018 Florida Hurricane Season

Florida is still reeling from the catastrophic damage of the 2017 hurricane season, but the new season has already arrived. Subtropical Storm Alberto made landfall in the Florida Panhandle on Memorial Day, bringing with it heavy rains and flash flooding. While those in St. Augustine were spared the brunt of the storm, Mother Nature has […]

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How to Have an Honest Conversation With Your Parent About Assisted Living

As a child, you looked to your parent for strength and guidance, but now that you are an adult yourself, the tables have turned. Aging parents often develop needs that surpass their children’s caregiving abilities. If you have found yourself in this common situation, you may want to suggest a move to an assisted living […]

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How to Know When Your Aging Loved One Needs Help

Aging can be a frightening concept for many people. After having lived a life of independence and capability, many view their senior years, when they may be experiencing difficulty with day-to-day activities, as a step down from the previous chapters of their lives.

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What’s the Difference Between Nursing Care and an Assisted Living Community?

There’s a lot of confusion surrounding senior care in the United States, which can lead to frustration and a general distrust for all areas of caregiving. However, senior caregiving facilities and communities are there to help take the burden off you and other unpaid caregivers, so your loved one can experience a better quality of […]

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How Humor Can Improve the Health of Caregivers and Seniors

It’s no secret that caregiving takes a toll even on the most patient and empathetic of caregivers. Maybe that has something to do with how one-fourth of all caregivers spend 41 hours per week or more on caregiving activities – the equivalent of a full-time job! This level of care can quickly become tiring, regardless […]

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How to Avoid Guilt in the New Year

It’s healthy to set and strive for goals throughout the year, and New Year’s is a perfect time to decide what you want to accomplish in the next twelve months. While most people set exercise and dietary goals, it’s not unheard of to set achievable short-term goals that are meaningful to you, especially if you’re […]

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Celebrating the Holidays at an Assisted Living Facility

The holidays are a time for cherishing your family and friends, eating good food and giving gifts to others. Unfortunately, though, they can also be a time of great loneliness for many people. This can be especially true for seniors in assisted living facilities, as they may miss celebrating the holidays at home with their […]

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Five Women that Prove Age is Just a Number

In their youth, women are often occupied with important necessities that keep life moving forward for themselves and their families. Attending parent-teacher conferences, going grocery shopping and sitting through workplace meetings that should have been memos can monopolize their time, leaving little energy for pursuing their hobbies or passions.

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Savor the Tastes of the Holidays

One of the most enjoyable parts of the holiday season is the abundance of scrumptious treats; Thanksgiving pies and Christmas hams are some of the most delightful, savory foods in the entire world. Cooking with the family only makes the holidays that much sweeter.

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The Benefits of Respite Care for Caregivers

Providing extensive, comprehensive care for an aging or ill loved one can create an unbreakably close bond between you and the person receiving care. Caregivers offer the love and assistance patients need to successfully navigate their life even with stiff joints or worsening memory.

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