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Tag Archives: Senior Care

Signs That a Patient Already Needs Home Health Care

One of the biggest goals that anyone has in life is to stay healthy as much as possible. This is why a lot of people work hard to stay in their best health. No matter how people try to stay committed to this responsibility, there are just times when the health gets compromised. Once a … Continue reading

Independent Living for Seniors: Do You Need It?

Going through daily tasks as a senior is not as easy as when you were in your younger years. If you’re a senior living by yourself or with your spouse, you may either want to consider hiring home health care services in Dallas, Texas or go for an independent living community. Although the housing options … Continue reading

Flu Prevention for Seniors

Being a provider of home health care services in Dallas, Texas, we know that Flu or influenza is never fun. But for adults age 65 and up, this viral infection has a worse impact than any other age group. As the body ages, the immune system weakens which puts seniors at a greater risk of … Continue reading

Home Health Care for Individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease

In the United States alone, more than 5 million individuals aged 65 and above have Alzheimer’s disease. By the year 2060, this number is expected to increase threefold according to the National Institute on Aging. Alzheimer’s disease is a disorder of the brain that primarily and progressively affects the following functions: Memory Cognitive functions Physical … Continue reading

What Is Independent Living in Old Age?

With aging comes heightened risks of developing diseases as well as the need for assistance with activities of daily living, or ADLs. The care services that address these needs may be employed in a variety of settings, which include the following: Hospitals Nursing homes Community centers Care facilities In place or at home Out of … Continue reading

Common Health Issues in Old Age

Aging is marked by multiple biological and lifestyle changes; the latter being a result of the changes that occur in the body. As we grow older, molecular and cellular damage accumulates, leading to deterioration in physical and mental capacity, as well as a higher risk of developing diseases. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), … Continue reading