Category: LIVE WELL(NESS) AT HOME

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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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Depression in Seniors During the Holidays: How You Can Help

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

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Pet Assistance for Seniors: Retaining the Joy of Pet Ownership

What are some pet assistance solutions that allow seniors to maintain their ownership without risking the well-being of the animal?

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A Good Senior Nutrition Program for Successfully Aging In Place

Kathy Birkett of SeniorCareCorner.com provides the groundwork for a winning senior nutrition program for the elderly and their loved ones aiming to maintain independence.

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Live Well at Home Heritage Pines

Aware Senior Care and a panel of experts on the Live Well at Home Panel sit down with the Heritage Pines Community to discuss local resources for seniors.

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Helping the Elderly During the Holidays

Carol Marak, editor and contributor at SeniorCare.com, has put together a wonderful Holiday Volunteer Guide for Giving with resources you can use to help the elderly in need. The holiday season is the time for emphasizing giving back to others in need. We celebrate by giving toys to tots and children, food to the hungry, […]

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