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Does Your Parent Have to be Sick or Disabled in Order to Receive Senior Care Services?

Many people wonder if an elderly parent must have fallen down or been diagnosed with a chronic illness or condition before senior care is allowed. That’s not the case. Senior care services are available to any senior who needs help around the house. Here are some stories of people who benefit from a caregiver’s help.

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Five Safety Devices Your Aging Parent’s Bathroom Must Have

Anyone is at risk of falling in the bathroom, but a CDC study found incidents were much higher among seniors. Most of these falls occur in or near the shower and near the toilet. How safe is your parent’s bathroom? There are five devices designed to keep your mom or dad safe in the bathroom.

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Managing Celiac Disease in the Elderly

Family caregivers often have to think carefully about grocery shopping and meal preparations for an elderly loved one. There are many kinds of health conditions that require seniors to be on a strict diet, and celiac disease is one of them. It’s possible for seniors to develop celiac disease late in life, and the only

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Getting Help for Vertigo

Have you or a loved one ever experienced vertigo? If you have, you know how frustrating and debilitating it can be. Did you know that physical therapy may help? Wentworth Douglass Hospital in Dover, NH offers a personalized Vestibular Rehabilitation Program to help you if you’ve been diagnosed with Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV). Vertigo

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How Can Home Care Help Asthma Sufferers?

You can hear your father wheezing again before you even get inside his house. This is his third asthma attack in three days – allergy season is the worst. You try to keep all of the windows closed and wash the pollen off of him and his clothes as soon as he gets into the

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