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Well-Being At Home: Tips For Seniors For Healthy Aging Month

Aging is a fact of life, and embracing it fully opens doors to new experiences, friendships, and activities that one might not have been able to partake in during the earlier years. All this is possible when one is healthy, happy, and has loved ones offering constant love, and supportive care. 

Healthy aging is definitely attainable. Aspiring towards it is important since it directly impacts the mental, physical, and emotional health of seniors. As the month of September is observed as Healthy Aging Month, we will celebrate it by highlighting a few tips that can enhance the quality of life of seniors and usher in good health: 

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Keeping Caregiver Burnout At Bay Amid The Pandemic

While there is an evergrowing conversation about embracing the ‘new normal’ — the overwhelming changes that the COVID-19 virus has brought with itself — adapting to it is by no means easy.

Going about your daily chores, getting groceries, using public transportation, and showing up at work — even routine tasks have become complicated because of the fears surrounding the virus’ spread. Everything becomes all the more daunting when individuals are simultaneously caring for immunocompromised senior loved ones. Continue reading “Keeping Caregiver Burnout At Bay Amid The Pandemic” »

Informed Questions To Ask

If you have health issues and require long-term care, or if you have a loved one who is going through something similar, an in-home caregiver might prove to be extremely beneficial. More and more seniors are considering attaining a caregiver who can offer household assistance and provide the support they need in their golden years. From cooking, cleaning, accompanying patients to their doctor appointments, running errands to taking care of their daily needs, it makes their life a whole lot easier.

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