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Month: February 2021

How to Help Your Loved One Manage Parkinson’s Disease

Published By United Methodist Communities on February 23, 2021

When your loved one has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, you may not know where to start in providing support. Parkinson’s symptoms tend to develop slowly over the years, so by the time your loved one receives a diagnosis, they may need help managing their symptoms and navigating their daily life. Here are some tips… Continue reading How to Help Your Loved One Manage Parkinson’s Disease

6 Ways to Prevent Burns at Home

Published By mweinbaum on February 18, 2021
an official talks to a senior homeowner in her lounge. They are looking at a smoke alarm and the housing officer is explaining it to the tenant.

Burns can be very serious regardless of who sustains them, but recovering from burns can be more difficult for older adults. We’ve all accidentally touched a hot pan on the stove top, or ran our hand under scalding water. In addition to being extremely painful, recovering from a burn can be a frustrating, arduous process,… Continue reading 6 Ways to Prevent Burns at Home

Why Seniors Prefer Short-Term Rehab at an Assisted Living Community

Published By mktagrp9 on February 17, 2021

While some seniors move into assisted living on a permanent basis, others move in to recover from an injury, illness or surgery. Otherwise known as short-term rehabilitation. This short-term service is a great opportunity for seniors to experience professional therapy in a safe, welcoming community setting, before returning back home. It can also be a… Continue reading Why Seniors Prefer Short-Term Rehab at an Assisted Living Community

5 Ways to Combat Stress and Anxiety

Published By mweinbaum on February 16, 2021

Stress and anxiety can lead to serious mental and physical health problems in people of all ages, but it can be especially detrimental to seniors. Our home health care team, United Methodist Communities HomeWorks, has gathered insight into how stress and anxiety affects seniors. We’ve also compiled vital tips on how to help manage this… Continue reading 5 Ways to Combat Stress and Anxiety

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