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Providing senior in-home care tips and stories for everything related to senior care.

The 3 Best Exercise Equipment for Seniors

Posted by Ruby Cemental on Jul 10, 2018 5:30:00 PM

Many seniors want to stay active and healthy as they age, but they don't always know the best ways to do so. Walking, yoga, water sports, and fitness classes are great ways for seniors to stay in good shape, and some of the benefits of these exercises can be gained through exercise machines.

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Caring for Grandparents—Caring for Yourself!

Posted by Ruby Cemental on Jun 19, 2018 5:30:00 PM

As a young parent, there were probably times you sought the advice of your parents or grandparents. After all, raising a child isn't easy, and there is no substitute for the wisdom that comes with experience.

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4 Ways Baby Boomers Are Reshaping Retirement

Posted by Ruby Cemental on Jun 5, 2018 5:30:00 PM

For the Silent Generation, those born between about 1925 and 1940, retirement was basically just a time to enjoy leaving the workforce behind and spending more time with family. But Baby Boomers have changed things dramatically. Here are 4 of the ways they are reshaping the retirement scene.

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Senior Health: 4 Little-Known Reasons To Start An Herb Garden

Posted by Ruby Cemental on May 22, 2018 5:30:00 PM

Starting a garden gives seniors a chance to introduce something new into their lives. Whenever we start a new hobby or learn anything new, new connections are formed in the brain, which helps maintain brain function. There is literally a laundry list of reasons to break ground on your new herb garden but here are four benefits to help motivate you to start today:

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Insomnia: Interesting Signs and Symptoms of Elderly

Posted by Ruby Cemental on May 8, 2018 5:30:00 PM

Although people of various ages have a restless night from time to time, it is definitely much more common as we age. But should every instance of sleep difficulty be described as insomnia? According to Mayo Clinic, "insomnia is a common sleep disorder that can make it hard to fall asleep, hard to stay asleep, or cause you to wake up too early and not be able to get back to sleep". So how can seniors know if they actually have this aggravating yet treatable disorder?

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Safely Weathering Storm Season: Safety Tips for Seniors

Posted by Ruby Cemental on Apr 24, 2018 5:30:00 PM

Storm season is rough on everyone, especially our beloved seniors. They often rely on others for assistance, and this time of year, it is important to have a plan in place in case a storm hits. Being prepared can reduce stress for everyone, so make sure to go over the plan with your elderly loved one in advance in order to prevent panic for when the weather is less than desirable. There are some valuable tips that you can use to help your loved one weather the storm season safely.

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3 Ways to Make Senior Gardening a Better Experience

Posted by Ruby Cemental on Apr 10, 2018 5:30:00 PM

Spring is a time to get outside and enjoy the bounties of nature. In particular, gardening is a favorite way for many to explore this season and to be personally involved with the earth's reawakening.

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Approaching Spring Cleaning for Seniors with Ease

Posted by Ruby Cemental on Mar 13, 2018 5:30:00 PM

With the arrival of warmer weather, many seniors get the same spring cleaning bug as most people. Not only that, their homes need to be cleaned in order to brighten things up and make them ready for the coming year. Spring cleaning the right way, however, can make it easier to get the dust and cobwebs taken care of without exhausting everyone involved. 

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Age-Related Forgetfulness vs. Dementia: What's The Difference?

Posted by Ruby Cemental on Feb 6, 2018 5:30:00 PM

As frustrating as it is, we all forget things sometimes. Unfortunately, it becomes much more common during the senior years. But not all memory loss is simply due to aging. Sometimes it might be a sign of dementia, a serious cause for concern. Here are a few ways to tell the difference.

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2 Important Tips for Asset Protection and Planning

Posted by Ruby Cemental on Jan 23, 2018 5:30:00 PM


The number one thing you should do when planning to protect your assets is understand your plan. It is easy for a family member to recommend their favorite planning strategies or for a financial advisor to tell you the "best" way to protect your assets, but the truth is if you do not understand the plan it will not work. Be comfortable with your protection planning strategy and be informed.

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