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Dealing with Dementia: The Biggest Habits and How to Handle Them

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Caring for a loved one who suffers from dementia or Alzheimer’s can be a tough road to navigate. Watching their behavior and personality change can be discouraging and daunting. There are certain traits and behaviors that are common in patients suffering from dementia, so we’re here to outline the three biggest tendencies and provide some insight into how to deal with them.

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Dealing with Dementia: The Biggest Habits and How to Handle Them

Posted by Social Department on

Caring for a loved one who suffers from dementia or Alzheimer’s can be a tough road to navigate. Watching their behavior and personality change can be discouraging and daunting. There are certain traits and behaviors that are common in patients suffering from dementia, so we’re here to outline the three biggest tendencies and provide some insight into how to deal with them.

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Ten Great Hobbies for Seniors

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Once retired, seniors may have a lot of time on their hands. With employment in the past and less responsibility to worry about, other activities are needed to fill the day and make life more enjoyable. Here is a list of ten suggestions that are both fun and improve your health!

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Ten Great Hobbies for Seniors

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Cell Phones vs. Medical Alert Devices: Which is Right for You?

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A lot of different devices these days have the ability to contact emergency services. Cell phones are the most common, but medical alert devices are convenient and useful, too. Both cell phones and emergency medical alert systems have enormous capabilities. There are pros and cons to both devices, so let’s dive in to see which one is right for you.

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Cell Phones vs. Medical Alert Devices: Which is Right for You?

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A lot of different devices these days have the ability to contact emergency services. Cell phones are the most common, but medical alert devices are convenient and useful, too. Both cell phones and emergency medical alert systems have enormous capabilities. There are pros and cons to both devices, so let’s dive in to see which one is right for you.

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Signs Your Loved One is Mishandling Medication - and How to Solve it

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Older age is almost synonymous with chronic health concerns such as arthritis, diabetes, and heart disease. The vast majority of seniors have at least one chronic condition, and most seniors are prescribed a plethora of medications to deal with the effects.

The AARP estimates that the average senior takes four prescription medications per day – This can lead to issues with mixing prescriptions, such as side effects that pose their own health risks.

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Signs Your Loved One is Mishandling Medication - and How to Solve it

Posted by Social Department on

Older age is almost synonymous with chronic health concerns such as arthritis, diabetes, and heart disease. The vast majority of seniors have at least one chronic condition, and most seniors are prescribed a plethora of medications to deal with the effects.

The AARP estimates that the average senior takes four prescription medications per day – This can lead to issues with mixing prescriptions, such as side effects that pose their own health risks.

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Article - AC Online: College Campus Safety Tips for Students

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911 Help Now™ focuses on safety in all environments, providing a connection to emergency services at the touch of a button. College campuses are a place where young people learn to be independent, and this sometimes results in unsafe situations. The article below outlines safety tips and precautions on common scenarios students will find themselves in.

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Article - AC Online: College Campus Safety Tips for Students

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911 Help Now™ focuses on safety in all environments, providing a connection to emergency services at the touch of a button. College campuses are a place where young people learn to be independent, and this sometimes results in unsafe situations. The article below outlines safety tips and precautions on common scenarios students will find themselves in.

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