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8 Questions You Must Ask to Keep Your Aging Parents Safe...

Touchy subjects like money and mental health aren't easy to bring up to your aging parents. But they are essential conversations to have. Here's how to get the ball rolling. Read More Original Article Source Credits: The Healthy,...

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3 EASY BALANCE EXERCISES PREVENT FALLS IN SENIORS

As people age, they typically lose balance, strength, and flexibility. This increases their risk of falling. That’s why it’s important for older adults to regularly do exercises that focus on improving these functional areas. Read...

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Coping with Uncertainty Meditation

When we’re facing uncertainty, it can trigger feelings of anxiety, fear, and stress. But no matter how much time we spend worrying or strategizing, we can’t predict the future or control what happens. That’s where mindfulness comes in. It...

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How to Talk to Your Aging Parents About Their Health

It’s often said that your parents’ job is to make sure that one day you no longer need them. And that’s certainly the case by the time you have kids of your own, a demanding career, and a whole host of other adult responsibilities....

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4 REASONS DEMENTIA ACTIVITIES ARE IMPORTANT AND 5 WAYS TO ADAPT...

When someone has Alzheimer’s or dementia, their cognitive function may be declining, but they still have abilities. In fact, continuing to do as much as they can at their current ability level keeps them active and may even help maintain...

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How To Help Elderly Parent With Memory Loss

My sweet mother-in-law just turned 98 years old. She is independent, lives alone, does not use any in-home care service and is extremely active. Last week, for her birthday I told her I was sending her 12 books to read, one for each month of her...

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