Too many seniors are injured as a result of falls. Learn what caregivers and seniors can do to reduce the risk of falling.
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Many seniors rely on the care and support of multiple people. This type of community is important, but can also be a problem if everyone isn’t working in sync. Use these strategies to help you unify a senior’s care team and work together.
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Unfortunately, age-related decline can happen quickly. In many cases, seniors are great at hiding new and worsening issues. For many families, holiday visits are the only opportunity for them to observe their senior loved ones in person. Therefore, pay close attention to your senior loved one’s physical and mental health, as well as their living situation. When visiting with seniors over the holidays this year, watch for the following warning signs that they may require some extra help at home.
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Getting outside during the summer time offers many health benefits to seniors in the Bryan/College Station Texas area. According to a Harvard Health study
, time in the sun raises Vitamin D levels and improves moods. For many seniors, a regular mood boost from outdoor activity can significantly enhance quality of life. Keeping health and safety in mind, seniors can enjoy being outdoors during the summer. HomeSpark Care specializes in at-home care giving for seniors. We have created a list of great summer activities that may be of interest to your senior.
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