6 Ways to Help Your Senior Loved Ones Stay Physically Active


6 Ways to Help Your Senior Loved Ones Stay Physically Active

Staying active is an important part of being happy and healthy at every stage of life. As our loved one’s age, however, their capability to exercise can change, making it harder for them to stay active. Fortunately, there are many ways we can encourage our loved ones to be fit, whatever their abilities are. Consider these 6 ways to help … Read More

A Guide for Seniors with Pets

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A Guide for Seniors with Pets

For many of us, pets are part of our family and bring gratification to our lives. This can be especially true for seniors. According to a study from the National Poll on Healthy Aging, three out of ten seniors are lonely, and that number jumps up to six in ten for those who live alone. Pets are one way older … Read More

Medication Management: What Your Loved Ones Need To Know

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Medication Management In Home Care

Managing medications is hard. Tracking what to take throughout the day can be complicated for you or your loved ones. CareAparent is here to make medication management easier, safer, and less stressful! CareAparent’s medication management in home care offers peace of mind knowing that a licensed medical professional, either a registered nurse (RN) or licensed practical nurse (LPN), will visit … Read More

Occupational Therapy In Home Care for Seniors

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Occupational Therapy In Home Care for Seniors – CareAparent

In April, CareAparent honors and recognizes the work of Occupational Therapists. Each one of these therapists play a vital role in promoting independence through solutions and assistance to those in need. CareAparent is proud to offer Occupational Therapy as one of our interdisciplinary approaches to care in the home. Our goal is to help our clients remain as independent as … Read More

How Much Sleep do Seniors Need

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How Much Sleep Do Seniors Need: Sleep Awareness as We Age March is Sleep Awareness Month, the perfect time to examine daily routines, especially our sleeping habits. It’s common as we age to experience insomnia. Losing sleep is more than a mere inconvenience: along with irritability and impaired memory, lack of sleep increases the risk of falls and other accidents. … Read More

National Home Safety and Awareness Month

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Home Safety for Seniors

Safety for our clients who live independently is a priority for CareAparent. It’s important to understand and recognize healthy aging includes being aware of safety risks in the home and taking measures to prevent falls or accidents. Home safety or potential hazards sometimes go unnoticed as you or your loved one ages, particularly if the condition has been in your … Read More