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Eye Care for Seniors to Protect Vision

Eye Care for Seniors to Protect Vision

Eye Care is important for Seniors.  Deteriorating vision is a natural part of aging, but eye health can be maintained to help the prevention of severe eye conditions and loss of vision. One natural occurrence when it comes to aging eyes is a condition known as...
Music Therapy for Seniors

Music Therapy for Seniors

Music therapy for seniors can have tremendous benefits. Enjoying the relaxing times spent after retirement? After a life of busy work, the slow and tranquil pace of retirement might have you longing for something to do. Learning how to play a musical instrument is an...
Home Care Communication is Key for Optimal Results

Home Care Communication is Key for Optimal Results

Home Care Communication is one of the most effective tools for achieving desired results of the help you or your loved one require. Too often, miscommunication leads to further complications in either a hospital setting or in the home. Health care in the hospital can...
Why Seniors Should Get the Flu Shot

Why Seniors Should Get the Flu Shot

Getting a flu shot each flu season is a good idea for everyone, but it is even more important for seniors over the age of 60. Increased vulnerability to the virus and increased risk of complications make it imperative that seniors take every precaution to avoid...
Bath Aids and Etiquette for Bathing Seniors

Bath Aids and Etiquette for Bathing Seniors

Bathing seniors can be a challenging and often awkward task. Nobody wants to rely on someone else for bathing and Caregivers have a responsibility to not only ensure that a senior gets clean, but also to remain as respectful as possible. Why Bathing Seniors requires...
Companion Care for Visually Impaired Seniors

Companion Care for Visually Impaired Seniors

White Cane Week in February in Canada helps remind caregivers of the right precautions when providing home care to a visually impaired senior. Straddling the balance between doing what is best for the senior and allowing him or her to remain dignified can be a...