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How to Make Sure My Elderly Parent is Eating Enough

Posted by Kim Salas

If your aging parent lives alone you may be worried they aren't eating enough. Because appetites can diminish with age eating less isn't necessarily a cause for concern and it can be a fine line to determine whether they're getting enough nutrition to stay healthy. Here are some signs to look for to make sure your elderly parent is eating enough, and what you can do to help if they're not.

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Instead of Confrontation, Using These Effective Communication Tactics with your Aging Parent

Posted by Kim Salas

If every conversation with your aging parent is turning into a confrontation you need to change your tactics of communication. Seniors face loss of control in every aspect of their lives, form health to independence to the death of loved ones, and if they see your conversations as demands they may become confrontational as a way of retaining control over this part of their life. Here are some tips on turning conversations back into communication:

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5 Tips to Improve Your Balance

Posted by Kim Salas

Anne loved to go for walks and enjoy the beautiful weather and scenery. It always put a smile on her face to feel the sunshine and see the lovely flowers growing along her path. Then, one day she accidentally fell as she was trying to reach a wildflower. She broke her hip and spent the rest of the summer stuck inside.

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How to Pick the Perfect Hearing Aid

Posted by Kim Salas

Charles loved to talk to anyone who would take a moment to listen. He would regale listeners with his stories of adventure and excitement from his younger days, often keeping them laughing until they cried. Lately, Charles has become quieter, avoiding groups of people or even one-on-one interactions. When he does talk to someone, he asks them to repeat a lot of what they say because he didn’t catch it the first time.

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Seven Surprising Benefits of Walking Everyday

Posted by Kim Salas

Going for a walk is one of the simplest exercises you can do, yet it has surprising benefits. If you want to get healthier but dread the idea of a gym workout adding a 30-minute walk to your daily routine will give you great results without putting a lot of strain on your body. Don't worry if you can't do a full half hour to start with because walking is something you can easily build up over a week or two. Here are seven amazing benefits of walking every day:

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