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Keeping Seniors Away from the Coronavirus Pandemic

The US now faces a new threat to the public: COVID-19. Emerging from Wuhan, China, the new coronavirus has spread rapidly, taking tens of thousands of lives around the world. The US was the first country to exceed the 100,000-mark in terms of total cases. And older adults comprise a huge portion of these numbers. … Continue reading

Tips on How to Take Care of Yourself While Grieving

When a loved one passes away, you undergo different phases of grieving. You mourn the sadness and sorrow at the loss. You can feel both emotional and physical pain. At first, keeping yourself busy may help in overcoming the pain. Family and friends may also be there to assist you. But time will come when … Continue reading

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What Are the Best Exercises for Seniors with Arthritis?

Arthritis is one of the most common diseases among older adults. It involves the swelling and tenderness of joints. Usually, people with arthritis can feel joint pains and stiffness that worsens as they age. As a trusted provider of non-medical home care in Independence, Ohio, we always see to it that we are providing you … Continue reading

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Ways to Support Someone Who Is Grieving

Losing a loved one doesn’t just disrupt a person’s life, it changes it forever. When you know of someone experiencing the death of a loved one, it may be hard to find what to say or how to offer comfort and support. This is especially true if you have not yet gone through the loss … Continue reading

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Home Safety and Security for Seniors

It’s understandable that people are concerned about the safety of their elderly loved ones. Seniors who have lost a few degrees of mobility and flexibility struggle with simple daily tasks, such as getting out of bed, maintaining good hygiene, keeping the house clean, and lastly, protecting and saving themselves in case of emergencies and burglaries. … Continue reading

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How to Talk to a Senior with Dementia

Caregivers should improve their communication skills in dealing with seniors who are living with dementia. We should know that dementia patients need a wider scope of understanding from the people around them. As a provider of non-medical home care in Independence, Ohio, Compassionate Home Care Services LLC understands the struggle of forgetting important matters. We … Continue reading

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