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How to Keep Your Senior Loved Ones Safe in their Homes

As family members, it is essential to secure the safety of our senior loved ones. Here are some ways how to keep them safe in their homes: Renovate and improve house lighting Check floors and move dangerous furniture out of the way Make your kitchen ...

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Speech Therapy in Mild Stroke

Stroke is one of the leading causes of death in the United States, and older people are at a higher risk. There are several types of strokes in the elderly. However, it is difficult to identify whether the elderly person is experiencing a full or min...

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Helping the Elderly with Mobility Issues

The sharpness of the body’s senses fades when a person starts aging. Most of all, aging also develops an inability to move around. Most elderly fear they won’t be able to do their favorite outdoor activities or keep up with their everyday tasks. ...

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Speech Therapy: Making Human Connection Possible

Human connection comes in many forms. One may connect with others through touch, some through music, while others through art. But the most common way human beings connect with others is through communication. Family meal dialogues leave a mark in ou...

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Organized Home: Its Benefits to Seniors

Have you ever been to a friend or an acquaintance’s home which, when you’ve set foot in, you feel delighted? Recall that moment as well where you’ve entered a home and you felt occupied and displeasured. Now, how do you feel when you enter your...

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Benefits of Proper Personal Hygiene

Notice when your friends try to avoid you when you’re talking or cover their noses when you are around. Rude, isn’t it? But what seems to be the problem? Hygiene, a practice that people usually neglect even when it is essential to protect...

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