Category: Senior Mental Health

Tips for Caring for Aging Parents with Your Siblings

Families are forever, as the saying goes. The memories you made, the lessons you’ve learned from your parents together – that bond lasts forever. However, while both you and your siblings may have Mom’s and Dad’s best interest at heart, it can still be difficult to see eye to eye when caring for aging parents […]

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Creating a Dementia-Friendly Home for Aging Loved Ones

When an aging adult you love is diagnosed with dementia, creating a dementia-friendly home for them becomes extremely important. Creating a safe, accommodating space for aging adults with dementia can help with their physical safety, as well as their mental and emotional health, and TheKey of North Carolina can help! Here are a few easy […]

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Senior Hoarding Behavior: Why it Happens and How to Help

So many stacks of old magazines, unread mail and newspapers on tables that it makes them unusable, mementos piled in every corner, a bathtub full of unused items and the sour odor of decaying food; if this sounds like a loved one’s home, they might have an issue with hoarding. As people age, a tendency […]

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