Tips To Keep Your Elderly Relatives Safe In Their Bathroom

Posted on: 10 August 2015

If you have elderly relatives who are living on their own in their own home or apartment, you may often get worried about their well-being. If they have a bit of difficultly with their mobility, there are a few steps you can take in helping minimize the risk of injury as they move around the home. The bathroom is one area you will want to focus your attention on to keep your loved one safely off the floor.
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Three Amazing Benefits Pets Provide For Seniors

Posted on: 7 August 2015

Those receiving senior home care often have a tough time dealing with the forced transitions they need to make due to their age, loss of independence, and having a body that just won't do what it used to do. In order to help cope with these feelings and situations, some seniors have opted to get a pet or companion animal. Besides lifting their spirits, here are three amazing benefits pets provide for seniors.
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Home Health Care After Knee Replacement Surgery

Posted on: 6 August 2015

If you or a loved one is having knee replacement surgery, you may want to consider having home health care. The first few days at home can be quite difficult following knee replacement surgery. Even if the patient has a family member or friend with them, they will benefit from the services of a professional too.  What to Expect After Surgery After knee replacement surgery, the patient is going to be sore.
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