Senior Health & Well-Being

Staying healthy during the cold months

During the summer months, we’re often more attuned to our body’s need for water, because we might feel hot or even sweaty more often. During the winter, when it’s cold, grey, or snowing, it’s easy to forget—but our body needs the same amount of water!

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Identifying and responding to stroke symptoms

If you’re a family caregiver, or share caregiving responsibilities with a professional caregiver, it’s important for you to have current and accurate knowledge about the signs of a stroke. Reacting quickly can make a big difference in health and recovery.

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Remembering the Fallen

November 11 is a national day of mourning and memory, taking place every year since 1921 on the anniversary of the Armistice agreement that ended World War I. It’s a day to join your community in churches, parks, and public ceremonies that honor the fallen. (You can find a local event on your town’s website or the VA’s calendar.) It can also be a hard day for your aging loved one.

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Safety Tips: How to Reduce the Risk of Falls At Home

When it comes to caring for elder family members, it can be easy to overlook the dangers already present in their everyday lives. It is important to take care at home to make modifications that allow elder family members to move freely and safely through their daily routines.

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