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Aunt Wilma now makes all household decisions for Uncle Oliver… #Brain #Aging  
A Mayo Clinic study of 1,246 men and women between ages 30 and 95—with normal cognitive function—shows that the brain’s memory region, the hippocampus, shrinks more for men than women, especially past age 60.
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If you have time for 1960's movie trivia, you’ll want to read this week's blog article… #Aging #Movies #Boomers
What are three of your favorite 1960s movies and why?
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When getting ready to take a shower, Uncle Oliver fell because of spilled water on the bathroom floor.  “Bathroom Safety: The Toilet” is our newest home care blog article. #FallPrevention #Aging
The bathroom can be a dangerous place for people of all ages, but older Americans are more vulnerable to falls and injuries. Taking the necessary steps to make the bathroom a safer place for you and your loved ones can end up saving your body and your wallet down the line.
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You’re worried Aunt Lilly is vulnerable after the recent passing of your uncle. “Financial Advice for Widows” is our newest senior home care blog article. #Aging #Scams  
For women whose spouses die, the grief is often magnified by the stress and uncertainly of legal and financial matters.
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Aunt Wilma sneezes more in the summertime. Join our conversation by sharing tips with us about avoiding the summertime sneezing blues …  #Aging  #SeniorCare
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that more than 7 million Americans 65 years of age and older suffer with hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis. Allergies can seriously affect seniors because their nose mucus membranes are drier with less elasticity, increasing the risk of chronic nasal congestion. Allergens can spell double trouble for the elderly whose health is already compromised by other conditions like asthma, hea...
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Mom clams up when talking to her about how everyday household chores are becoming too much. Check out our free webinar about having a difficult conversation with an aging parent. One free CEU credit offered...   #Aging #SeniorCare
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Opioids can be used for relieving pain, but can become addictive if aging relatives use this medication the wrong way.   #Aging #Medication
Seniors using opioids are at a seven-fold greater risk for falls (and increased hip fractures) than those who use other pain relievers, such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
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Aunt Esther’s typewriter sounds louder than my iPad’s keyboard. Join our conversation by sharing a familiar sound of your generation…  #Generations #Aging
Time rolls on and takes with it certain sounds of each generation. For today’s baby boomers and older seniors, time has faded a number of everyday noises and tones.
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After becoming a family caregiver for his ailing wife, Uncle Herman mentioned over coffee he has some fears about a stressful caregiver role. “Overcoming Caregiver Fear” is our newest home care blog article. #Aging #SeniorCare
As a caregiver, you will be confronted daily with people, situations and events over which you have little or no control, and if you allow yourself to dwell on what might happen, you could easily become overwhelmed by fear.
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Aunt Wilma is trusting of all townsfolk in her small rural community. Join our conversation by sharing with us if you find yourself becoming more or less trusting in today's society… #AgingMemories #SeniorCare 
Trust increases as people age, and the stronger the trust, the more seniors experience greater happiness over time.
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You’re concerned Aunt Wilma might fall in the bathtub. “Bathroom Safety: A Shower Chair or Bath Bench?” is our newest home care blog article…. #FallPrevention #Aging
Shower chairs, shower stools and bath benches are a good option to help with bathing safety and fall avoidance.
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After retiring, Uncle Wilbur decided to complete a Google search, so he could begin volunteering for charity work. “Donating Time, Money to Charity Is Win-Win” is our newest home care blog article … #Charity #Aging
Reaching out with time, money and personal caring rejuvenates both the giver and receiver, unlike high-tech gadgets, a bigger house or extensive vacation travel. In addition to gaining a sense of purpose, countless seniors who engage with charities find they boost their health and contentment.
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Right at Home is a leader in the home care industry. We provide quality in-home care for seniors and disabled adults who need some assistance to maintain their independence.