Senior Care in Buford GA: Tracking Breathing Problems

Whether your senior has COPD, asthma, or some other type of breathing issues it can help to understand what the contributing factors are. The main reason for that is so that you can solve those problems for her, of course. Here’s what you should know about keeping a breathing tracker.     Keep a Breathing…

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Senior Care in Buford GA: Helping Your Senior Feel Involved and Important During Thanksgiving

The holidays are a wonderful time to spend time with loved ones, but if your aging parent is dealing with challenges and limitations, they may not be able to be as involved in the holiday as they used to. As a family caregiver, you want to make sure your senior stays healthy and safe during…

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Challenges in activities of daily living are often what causes an older person to need assistance and care as they get older. ADLs and IADLs are the tasks and activities that people go through each day that allow them to function and thrive in their life. ADLs are the most basic of tasks, such as…

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Getting outside can sometimes be difficult for senior citizens. They may have mobility issues or health conditions that limit their ability to get outside and reap the benefits of fresh air and sunshine. One study showed that the average American spends 90% of their time indoors and that time spent outdoors decreases as people age.…

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Senior Care in Buford GA Spring is often a time when people rethink their diets. The cold weather that tends to make people want to eat hot, heavy foods that comfort and sustain them is over. Now the warmer weather, bright sunlight, and new beginnings make you want to turn your eating attention to fresher,…

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Senior Care in Buford GA August is National Immunization Month. As such, it is the perfect time to talk to the whole family about the importance of getting required and recommended vaccinations. Because there is a tendency to associate shots with childhood, many older adults are deficient in some vaccination areas. For seniors, staying current…

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3 Things to Think about for the Senior Care Patient Planning on Adopting a Dog Mom was adamant about getting a new dog. It had been almost 20 years since she owned a pet and we were concerned that she might’ve been dealing with some senility. She was relying on senior care and we thought…

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Do you know different languages? The majority of Americans speak one language: English. Many countries throughout the rest of the world have a tendency to be fluent in more than their native tongue. What about senior care? Are you fluent in this language? If you’re wondering what I’m talking about, you’re not alone. There are…

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