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      WHAT IS CBD? Whenever the words "CBD Oils" pop up pictures of the old Snake Oil scam man in an old Western flick comes to mind.  CBD products ha...

    The holidays are among us and are coming faster than you could ever imagine! If you have a senior in your life, you may be questioning what a senior even needs. You want your senior loved one to have a great holiday, and you want to bring them a gift, but you may also be worried about offending your senior with a gift that says “I’m too old and I need help.” We know that is absolutely not the message you want to send, so we compiled a list of  the top 4 gifts that are great for your senior for the holiday season. 
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    Falling is one of the most common causes of injuries in older older adults. In fact, that 1 in 4 Americans age 65+ fall every year. When someone falls in their youth, they are often able to recover with only a few scratches; as a senior, falling can lead to serious injury or even death. Falling is a serious cause for concern in older age, so it is important to take preventative measures to make sure you or a senior you know is as safe as possible. One way to help reduce the risk of falls is to know where to research DIY home fall prevention. By knowing what resources are available, you can live a safer life and ideally make your home fall free. Below are some resources for fall prevention.
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    Being a caretaker is one of the most rewarding careers one can have. You dedicate all of your time and energy every day to help others. You work in a field that requires you to be selfless and to be ready to interact with others almost 24/7. You may love your job, but any caretaker can tell you that it is a difficult job. We compiled the top 5 challenges caretakers face.
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    Fall related injuries are actually one of the easiest risks we can alleviate as we prepare a home for one those who choose to age in place.  Unlike sicknesses and other less controllable factors, preventing falls is easy.
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    Aging in place is all about creating a safe and comfortable environment for our seniors.  This can seem like a daunting task.  Questions such as wh...
  • Making Home Safe for Dementia Patients

    It may seem sad, but making a senior’s home safer, especially one who suffers from Alzheimer's or dementia, is similar to baby proofing a house. There is no harm in going the extra mile to make sure your loved one is safe
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    Old age. It happens to everyone. As we age, we are no longer able to do the things we once were able to in our youth. Biking in your early twenties with your friends to the nearest cafe was some of the best times of your life - now that you aren’t able to do that, and it might make you a little sad. You may also be aware of the stigma surrounding old age.
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    The Step2Bed step stool is great for people having difficulty getting in or out of today's tall beds.
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    Going from a hard working individual to a “bored boomer” may lead you feeling like you have lost a part of your identity, or that you have lost challenge in your life, you may even start to feel depressed and your body may be in poor condition due to the lack of activity you participate in.
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    As seniors age, they may become increasingly concerned about the possibility of falling in their house. Even though one may think their home is a safe place to live in, one would be surprised how many silent dangers there are that could lead to serious injuries.
  • Dementia 101

    Dementia is an often misunderstood and misused term when preparing or dealing with aging in place.  Like most things that are not understood - the fear of it stems from not understanding it. Here are some basic answers to some questions that will help quell the fear we have of a loved one having dementia.