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Senior Care & COVID in Mesa and the Valley

Senior Care & COVID in Mesa and the Valley Senior Care in Mesa – COVID Update & the Delta Variant! We receive calls and messages daily asking how and what we are doing with the ever changing landscape of COVID and the CDC. In-home senior care in Mesa and the surrounding valley is being impacted by COVID and the Delta…

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Senior Care & The Hidden Issue of COVID

The Hidden Pain of COVID 19 As we in the health community and those living in the COVID era, there is one area that needs our attention; isolation. Isolation for seniors has become a significant issue. With lockdowns it was seniors that were impacted the most. Being isolated from family, friends, or even the ability to run simple errands. Now…

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Tips for a Healthy & Active Lifestyle for People with Dementia

Tips for a Healthy and Active Lifestyle for People With Dementia Eating healthy and staying active is good for everyone and is especially important for people with Alzheimer’s and related dementias. As the disease progresses, finding ways for the person to eat healthy foods and stay active may be increasingly challenging. Here are some tips that may help: Consider different…

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10 Signs for the Early Onset of Dementia!

10 Signs of the Early Onset of Dementia Senior Care and Senior #health goes far beyond what we can see! In fact, we focus so much of our time and energy on the visual, that we miss signs of a disease, dementia. Dementia is sweeping through #Phoenix. When evaluating if you or a loved one needs in-home senior care, use…

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In-Home Senior Care for Dementia

  In-home senior care can be overwhelming. Is this you?(Hit play)  Not sure where to start?  Fearing that a loved one may have an early onset of dementia?  We are here to help.  We have Arizona’s elite dementia in-home care specialists.  We understand and care for all stages of dementia.  This is custom care, not one size fits all.  Yes,…

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What is Sundowner’s? Senior Care

What is Sundowners Syndrome? Sundowners syndrome, or sundowning, is a state of confusion that occurs later in the afternoon and into the night. This state of confusion is most often found in patients who have dementia or Alzheimer’s disease and is comprised of a range of behaviors including increased confusion, anxiety and aggression. Sometimes people with this condition tend to…

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Remedies for Arthritis

Ways to Manage Arthritis

Arthritis is defined as a group of conditions that cause joint inflammation and pain. Many seniors battle with the effects of having arthritis.  Dealing with arthritis and the pain it brings, can cause them to struggle with their daily activities. In addition, throbbing, stiff joints can create a situation where the person stops doing things they enjoy and moving around…

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Depression and Seniors: What To Know

Depression and seniors, what you need to know.  As seniors age, their life as they once knew it changes.  Whether it is retiring from a job and now they do not have the social interaction that they are used to or losing a loved one to a medical condition, these changes can be devastating.  Especially these days, with COVID, more…

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What is Long Term Care Insurance?

What is long term care insurance and what is it used for?  When many people relate long term care insurance with nursing homes.  It is true that long term care insurance can be used to offset the cost when residing in a nursing home, but people don’t realize that it can be used for other care situations. In addition, it…

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What is Live-In Care for Seniors?

Live-in care for seniors means having a qualified, experienced caregiver at your loved one’s home at all times to care for them and ensure their safety.  This is a great option when your loved one can no longer live by themselves, but does not want to leave their home of many years.  Why Would an Elderly Loved One Need Live-In…

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