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Month: September 2021

Why You Should Clean Out Your Loved One’s Medicine Drawer Now

Published By homeworks on September 21, 2021

Every home has a designated cabinet or drawer for storing medications. This space tends to fill up over time, which can lead to significant health risks for seniors. If cleaning out the medicine drawer isn’t on your list of tasks as a caregiver, it should be added immediately. In this article, our team of in-home… Continue reading Why You Should Clean Out Your Loved One’s Medicine Drawer Now

5 Activities to Keep Independent Seniors Engaged

Published By mweinbaum on September 21, 2021
A shot of two senior friends helping each other in the allotment.

Helping the older adults in your life stay active and engaged is vital for their wellbeing, and it’s also a great way to strengthen your relationship and special bond with them. You can discover new interests together, engage in new hobbies that will help them maintain key critical thinking and motor skills, and establish more… Continue reading 5 Activities to Keep Independent Seniors Engaged

Senior Safety Tips: Medication Management

Published By mweinbaum on September 20, 2021

Medication management for seniors can become complicated as the list of prescriptions grows. As more prescriptions are added to the mix, that creates potential danger with more side effects and dosages to keep track of. With that said, here are 5 valuable tips from our assisted living team serving Gloucester County. These safe medication management… Continue reading Senior Safety Tips: Medication Management

5 Ways to Improve Senior Memory

Published By mweinbaum on September 20, 2021

Memory loss is a common complaint among seniors. We can all be a little forgetful sometimes, but it’s important that as we age, we continue to strengthen and challenge our minds. Keeping the mind sharp can be key to preventing serious memory disorders down the road. The good news is there are things seniors can… Continue reading 5 Ways to Improve Senior Memory

4 Heart-Healthy Foods for Seniors

Published By mweinbaum on September 20, 2021

World Heart Day is on the 29th of September, and that means it’s the perfect time for seniors to take charge of their heart health by choosing the right food! The American Heart Association recommends eating a heart-healthy diet to help manage high blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes, which… Continue reading 4 Heart-Healthy Foods for Seniors

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