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Mental Health Action Over Mental Health Awareness

Conversations about mental health between family, friends, at school or work, and even on the news are now more open and honest than before. It’s a good start, but we still have a long way to go. According to NIMH, 20 percent of American adults liv...

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Brain-Stimulating Activities for Seniors

It is vital that seniors keep their brains as healthy as possible as they age. It is a hard fact that many seniors experience memory loss as they get older. Luckily, there are things that you or your loved one’s caregivers can do to help delay or m...

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How to Find Home Care Services In Your Area

When it comes to receiving care, your senior should feel safe and secure. We understand how overwhelming it feels to shuffle through hundreds of search engine results for Home Care in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It’s hard to determine which compani...

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Taking Care of Your Cognitive Health

One’s cognitive health is determined by how well the brain can perform mental processes. We all know by now that a healthy brain is just as important as a healthy body. However, many adults still seem to not prioritize their cognitive health. If th...

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Know When to Intervene and Give Help to Seniors

Older family members may sometimes feel that they are a burden. This can then turn into isolation, neglect, or even depression. As younger family members, we should always observe and take care of our senior loved ones. It is part of our responsibili...

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Open Up about Home Care: Why It’s Important for Your Senior

We all know that aging comes with various health challenges: both physically, mentally, and emotionally. As such, you might notice older loved ones become more laid back and unable to be active as much as they want to. Aside from that, varying health...

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