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Seniors Helping Seniors - San Diego
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... A way to give and to receive
... A way to give and to receive

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The following questions may be helpful if you are concerned with the safety of an elderly family member or friend, especially one who may be showing signs of memory loss/Dementia.
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Veterans of WWI, the Korean War and Vietnam are aging and may need assistance with activities of daily living including help with dressing or bathing, preparing meals, personal care and help around the house.
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Seniors are more prone to falling for a variety of reasons including decrease in balance and muscle strength. #seniorcare #eldercare #seniorshelpingseniors  
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If a friend or loved one has Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia it is important to learn effective and compassionate ways to communicate. #dementia   #seniorcare   #seniorshelpingseniors  
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Learn more about this extraordinary woman and how her care providers from Seniors Helping Seniors have assisted her to get back to one of her passions, painting, despite her failing eyesight.
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Do you take the time to  “stop and smell the flowers” as you rush through the daily demands of a busy life? It is not always easy to be grateful especially when we are going through challenging times.
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For many of us, just as our kids reach the age where they are going to college or venturing out on their own, our parents reach the stage in life where they begin needing our help! #eldercare  #seniorcare
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While Alzheimer’s is the most prevalent type of Dementia there are over 200 other types of disorders that produce dementia symptoms.
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For seniors without family close by in home services can assist with tasks that the senior may no longer be able to manage and allow them to live independently. 

Paid caregivers can help around the house with cleaning and home maintenance, assist with meal preparation, provide rides and even help with pet care.
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The holiday season may be a time when a child or teen is getting together with a grandparent or other older loved one who has Alzheimer’s Disease or other form of Dementia.
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