Aware Senior Care Blog

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Being Mortal: Recommended Reading

“Being Mortal” is a wonderful book which we feel should be required reading for anybody, not just professionals in the elder care industry as we are.

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What to Do When an Elderly Parent Refuses Care

In our latest “Senior Spotlight” column for Wake Living, we discuss what you can do when an elderly loved one refuses care and offer guidance.

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Common Myths about Hospice Care: Transitions

This blog on aims to dispel common myths about hospice care and explain what Hospice, Palliative, Home Health and Home Care services each provide.

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“Who Will Care for Us?”: Recommended Reading

Who Will Care for Us highlights the growing problem of not enough care for an increasing number of elderly adults in the U.S.

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Dear Clueless Event with Sandra Savell at Waltonwood: Impressions

The Dear Clueless event was a great experience. Her story serves as a good example of what to expect when caregiving for a loved one with Alzheimer’s.

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How We Work with Home Care Pulse to Ensure Quality for Clients and Caregivers

Here at Aware Senior Care, we want only the best for our clients, their families, caregivers. This is why we choose to work with Home Care Pulse.

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Elder Care Planning Takes a Village

Elder care planning requires a holistic team approach that includes informed financial, medical, and end-of-life arrangements.

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Dealing with Stress: How does it Impact our Health?

Before dealing with stress, we have to know exactly what it is. What does it do to our bodies and minds and how can make our lives less stressful?

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Helpful Support Groups for Dementia Caregivers in Wake County

There are great dementia support groups in Wake County where family caregivers can find support when taking care of a loved one.

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How Can Elder Abuse be Prevented? Here’s How.

Caring for a loved one can seem straightforward, but the elderly often find themselves vulnerable to abuse. Here’s how elder abuse can be prevented.

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