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Healthy Habits for Seniors

Leading a healthy lifestyle is important at every age, but as we get older our wellbeing becomes more dependent on our lifestyle choices. Contrary to popular beliefs, healthy living is more than just diet and exercise. In fact, our physical well-being also relies on our

Seniors and Low Vision Aids

As older adults age, it’s common for them to experience a loss of or damage to their vision. Losing vision makes daily tasks and activities much harder, especially for older adults. However, with the need so high, there are many low vision aids and devices

Tips for Moving Your Parent

Transitioning your parent from their home to a senior living facility comes with a variety of challenges. While making the move to a senior community is a great fit for many seniors, it doesn’t make saying goodbye to family homes, or feeling like you’re losing

Helping Your Parent Cope with Parkinson’s Disease

Whether you are acting as a caregiver, or assisting your aging parent with daily tasks, finding ways to help them cope with their situation can be difficult, especially if they are diagnosed with an illness or disease. According to the Parkinson’s Foundation, nearly one million

Tips for Senior-Friendly Vacationing

Summer is in full swing, which means family and friends have officially entered vacation mode. But, for seniors with mobility needs, traveling and vacationing can bring many concerns. When you’re preparing to travel with you senior, there are a lot of variables to consider including

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Celebrating Father’s Day

Father’s Day is right around the corner and celebrations are waiting to be planned! Whether your dad is living at home or in a retirement community, there are many ways to show your gratitude for all he’s done over the years. Get the family together

Helping Your Loved One with Dementia Adjust to Change

Navigating through dementia can be difficult for the family members of the person diagnosed. Many family members have to learn a whole new way of communicating effectively with their senior. This can be challenging, especially when a senior living with dementia moves to a different

Celebrating Mom on Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is quickly approaching and time is running out to find mom the perfect gift for her special day. Assisted living communities and nursing homes put limitations on gifts for your mom, but there are still plenty of options she’s guaranteed to love. Consider

Dehydration in the Elderly

Now that the weather is finally beginning to get warmer, staying hydrated is as important as ever, especially in older adults. Since our bodies are made up mostly of water, it’s crucial to refuel them in order to maintain basic body functions. At Carespring’s skilled nursing