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Activities to Promote a Healthy Mind for People with Alzheimer’s

As we age, we may see a gradual – or sometimes not so gradual – decline in several areas of ourselves, especially our mind. Your brain is like a muscle. If it’s not exercised, like all other organs, your brain can begin to break down. And one of the most common brain disorders that is […]

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Senior Living: Warning Signs Your Loved One Might Be in Danger

Warning Signs Your Loved One Might be in Danger Easy Climber Blog

As your parents or elderly loved one age, senior living options suddenly become a priority. An inevitable part of aging is that we will need assistance with specific tasks at some point. For some Seniors, assisted senior living centers can provide the support they need. And then for another group of seniors, they are fortunate […]

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Home Safety Checklists for Seniors

Home Safety Checklists for Seniors

For most individuals, there will come a time when they need to ensure their home remains a safe environment to live. Usually, the requirements to make a house safer comes as individuals age. From mobility problems to medications that increase a person’s falls risk, multiple factors introduce the need to start taking steps to make […]

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Aging in the Home Without Fear

Aging in the Home Without Fear

Age-related changes in mobility often arise from a number of complex reasons. While many seniors experience a reduction in muscle mass and bone density, others will encounter additional problems too like reduced eyesight or hearing, which can make normal, everyday life at home more challenging. For seniors who worry about independent living and aging in […]

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Healthy Aging: 5 Tips for Getting the Sleep You Need

5 Tips for Getting the Sleep You Need

Numerous scientific studies have demonstrated how vital to health a good night’s sleep is – at all ages but especially for seniors. Researchers at the University of California, Berkley have recently identified a link between short-term memory loss and inconsistent sleep among the aging population. And cardiac specialists have long known of the importance of […]

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Thanksgiving Tips for Seniors and Their Caregivers

    From concerns about denture-friendly cuisine or a recently diagnosed gastro condition to pleasing picky eaters at the table (such as when kids will be a part of the festivities), there are lots of reasons why you may need to tweak meals at Thanksgiving time. For example, if tough vegetables don’t work with your […]

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Seasonal Depression and Seniors: What You Should Know

For most people, the changing of the seasons, holiday celebrations, and the ushering in of a new year can be an exciting time. However, for a sizeable part of the population, including seniors, winter can mean depression and other symptoms brought on by SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder. What is seasonal depression and what are […]

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8 Dangers Seniors Face in Their Homes & How to Avoid Them

 As people get older, their risk of getting injured at home increases greatly. One report from the Center of Disease Control and Prevention shows that once every 20 minutes, a senior in the United States experiences a fall. These injuries can range in severity from resulting in a minor scratch to requiring an emergency room […]

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6 Ways to Prevent a Fall

Get Moving  Movement is a wonderful way to maintain agility and keep the core strong. Consider enlisting in the assistance of a physical therapist who can work on boosting balance and strength. Engage in daily walks and, if possible, sign up for classes such as Tai Chi or Yoga, which has been shown to result […]

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6 Ways to Accommodate Aging in Place [Infographic]

According to a study by the National Conference of State Legislatures and AARP, nearly 90 percent of people over age 65 want to stay in their home for as long as possible. A further 80 percent believe their current residence is where they will always live. This isn’t altogether surprising; after all, who wants to […]

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