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12Dec

It is Very Important to Visit Aging Loved Ones over the Holidays

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For many, the holidays are a happy time of comfort and cheer. It’s the season for families to enjoy spending time together and celebrating traditions the generations before us have built. However, for some seniors, the holidays can bring about sadness and loneliness.  They may get emotional, thinking about the people in their lives who […]


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10Dec
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When Should Families of Dementia Patients Request In-Home Care

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When a family learns of a dementia diagnosis for a loved one, it is very difficult to handle. Sometimes, family members might think that their loved one is slowly slipping, but make excuses to justify their forgetfulness. “Oh, Dad just has a lot on his mind. I don’t think Mom heard the conversation correctly; that’s […]


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08Dec
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When Your Loved One Needs In-Home Senior Care

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How to tell when your aging family member or loved one needs in home senior care. Watching someone you love age can be difficult. Your father or your favorite aunt may struggle during their later years to cope with unexpected physical problems. After a while, it may be necessary to get your aging loved one […]


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05Dec

Advantages of In-Home Care for Patients With Alzheimer’s

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Caring for a parent or grandparent with Alzheimer’s or dementia can be a challenge. Alzheimer’s patients have unique care needs that can be a challenge to meet. You are not alone, in fact over 10 million people in the U.S. care for a loved one who has Alzheimer’s disease. The challenge for these caregivers is […]


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01Dec

Alzheimer’s Home Care for the Elderly

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At Home Health Solutions Group we are optimists and believe that with adaptation and care from the family, people can still live happy and fulfilling lives when diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. We will present strategies for you, the caregiver, to help the elder achieve this and enable your non-medical care to be the most rewarding and effective […]


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30Nov

Effective Communication with Seniors & The Elderly

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How to Communicate Effectively with Seniors and Elderly people   Many elderly or disabled people struggle with hearing, reading, writing and general communication skills. We cannot verbally or non-verbally communicate with them the same way we do with our peers. It is important to understand that as people grow older, they often become more difficult […]


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27Nov

C.O.P.D. Management Tips for Caregivers

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Here are some C.O.P.D. Management Tips for Caregivers If you are caring for a loved one with a chronic medical condition like COPD, you might feel drained much of the time. The medications, the appointments, the sheer logistics of wrangling the medical equipment involved—it all can seem overwhelming to manage. Fortunately, a few simple strategies […]


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26Nov

Tips on How To Avoid the Holiday Blues

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The holidays should be a time of happiness, but many people — especially senior citizens — experience the holiday blues during this time of the year. “Older adults can have an especially difficult time with the holidays for many reasons,” said Carlos M Gutierrez, Ph.D., owner of Home Health Solutions Group in Miami, Florida. “The […]


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25Nov

Facts about Aging and the Dangers of Loneliness

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There are many physical, emotional, and psychological factors affecting the quality of health in seniors. Aging comes with a variety of physical problems. To alleviate these challenges, seniors often move to nursing homes or have in-home care to help them with their ailments and day-to-day activities. A senior’s mental health can seriously affect their physical […]


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22Nov

How to Reduce the Effects of Loneliness

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Our Seniors are more vulnerable to loneliness. It is reported that loneliness has many effects that can be harmful. Seniors can immediately begin to feel overall improvement in their emotional state and quality of life by increasing social involvement and there are several ways that can happen. There are ways to Reduce Effects of Loneliness. Volunteering – […]


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