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Respite Caregivers: Tips to Family Caregivers

Caregiving can be a very rewarding job, especially if you are doing it for your senior loved one. But sometimes, the duties and responsibilities of a caregiver can be overwhelming. That is why it is very important to take some time off from caregiving at least once in a while. At CareMinders Home Care, a … Continue reading

Tips to Manage Chronic Pain in Seniors

Common age-related conditions, such as arthritis and diabetes, cause chronic pain to seniors. From aching joints to nagging pain, you don’t want your elderly loved ones to suffer from chronic pain daily. How can you help the seniors alleviate and manage their pain? Learn more below. Understand their signs of pain. Your loved ones may … Continue reading

Promoting Lung Care Among the Elderly

Respiratory health isn’t usually discussed along with the other health issues common among the elderly such as dementia and heart disease. But it is crucial in aging well and is just as important as making sure your elderly loved one’s cardiovascular and cognitive function are kept in top form. As your trusted non medical home … Continue reading

Challenges When Caring for a Senior With Anxiety

There are many reasons why seniors suffer from anxiety. In most cases, it can be caused by the changes that the senior are experiencing, such as changes in their quality of their life and degree of independence. Some might feel that they are a burden to their children, even if no one in the family … Continue reading

Safe Homemaking Tips for Elderly Adults

Adults living independently, whether at the comforts of your own home or non medical home care in Arizona, might be prone to falls, burns, poisonings, and other accidents at home. Keep them safe at all times with these simple tips: Remove hazardous materials May it be rugs, piled clutter, or old furniture, make sure to remove any … Continue reading

How to Avoid Depression for Seniors Living Alone?

A study shows that approximately 1-5% of American seniors suffer from depression even when they live in a community. This isn’t an alarming number, but the same study shows that it could go up to 13.5% when seniors are aging at home, whether they are receiving home healthcare help or are living independently. This is … Continue reading