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Normal Aging Vs. Dementia

Normal Aging Vs. Dementia

At some point in our lives, we all experienced forgetting something — where we put our car keys, forgetting something that we ought to do, or not being able to recall the name of the person we just met. When we are younger, we just tend to shrug our shoulders...
At-Home Workouts for Seniors

At-Home Workouts for Seniors

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 28% of older adults in the United States are physically inactive. This figure may have increased with the threat caused by the pandemic Covid-19, hindering seniors to do their usual outdoor...
How to Stay Connected as You Social Distance

How to Stay Connected as You Social Distance

As the pandemic Covid-19 continues to threaten the whole world, the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention keeps on reminding us to always observe social distancing in order to prevent the virus from spreading. Unfortunately,...
Home Health Care As The Economy Reopens

Home Health Care As The Economy Reopens

The fear of the unknown has put the world to a lot of risks. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the entire world has experienced a change of life. The world was in much chaos and people are in a panic – especially the older group as they fear for their health. Labeled as...
Supporting Elderly Loved Ones During COVID-19

Supporting Elderly Loved Ones During COVID-19

In the time of COVID-19, the future is unknown and this understandably makes people uncomfortable. A lot of us are afraid of the unknown and are grieving for a loss of their daily routine. The things they once enjoyed are now inaccessible to them. Things are hard...
10 Benefits of Home Healthcare

10 Benefits of Home Healthcare

More than 50 million Americans are seniors or aged 65 years old and above; while more than half of the adults are living with disabilities. Unfortunately, these percentages are increasing slowly every year. As of today, more than 65 million Americans are trying to...
What is Dementia?

What is Dementia?

Dementia is a general term used to describe a decline in mental ability to remember things and daily activities. The most common type of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease. Typically, dementia is a brain disorder that affects older people in general. It happens when...
How Walking Can Promote Stroke Recovery

How Walking Can Promote Stroke Recovery

When a bad stroke happens, a person will suffer from different problems such as walking, talking and eating. Many stroke survivors find it hard to do some of their daily tasks or favorite activities. Studies show that walking can promote stroke recovery. According to...