Category: LIVE WELL(NESS) AT HOME

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Resources for Seniors in Raleigh: 21 Essentials to Know – 2019 Update

These vital resources for seniors in Raleigh can make the often overwhelming task of caring for an elderly loved one much easier.

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How to Create an Optimal Healing Environment at Home

What is an optimal healing environment? They are environments that are functional as well as individualized to a person’s specific needs.

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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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Why Seniors Should Volunteer: Feel Happy and Healthy!

Why should seniors volunteer? Family and friends diminish as the years go by. Staying connected to people is just as important as exercise.

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Living Well Isn’t Just for the Home: Healthy at the Office

Living Well at Home isn’t just advice we give to seniors and their loved ones. It’s something we practice on a daily basis.

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Consider your Health: Overnight care for Elderly Loved Ones

Family caregivers providing overnight care for elderly loved ones may be losing sleep, hindering their daily routine and hurting themselves long-term.

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Helping Seniors During the Holidays in Wake County: A Volunteer Guide

A holiday volunteer guide by Aware Senior Care with opportunities to assist the elderly.

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Move Well and Think Well at Home: Reducing the Effects of Alzheimer’s

Increased movement can reduce the effects of Alzheimer’s disease and at the same time, help you stay stronger and reduce the potential for falls.

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Be Mindful of Aging Loved Ones During the Holiday Season

There are more than six million adults over age 65 that suffer from depression. The holidays only intensify mental challenges.

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Retaining the Joy of Pet Ownership While Needing Elder Care

What are solutions that allow the senior to keep their pet without risking the well-being of the animal?

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