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Helping Seniors stay at home

By     |    September 9, 2014
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Always Best Care offers advise in helping seniors stay at home.When making the decision to stay at home, what should be considered?    It’s natural to want to stay... Continue reading →
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Living with Alzheimer’s

By     |    August 8, 2014
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Living with Alzheimer's- Caregiver Expresses Participant's Perspective on          Charlie's Place It is so important to imagine ourselves in the place of... Continue reading →
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SAGE TEST to determine cognitive decline

By     |    July 10, 2014
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Scientists Develop At-Home Test For Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease   Researchers say the Self-Administered Gerocognitive Examination, or SAGE test,... Continue reading →
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Pressure Ulcers

By     |    June 30, 2014
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Pressure Ulcers: Bony prominences are most susceptible to pressure ulcers because they have the least amount of cushioning. Which pressure points are vulnerable for a... Continue reading →
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Heat Related Health Emergencies for Seniors

By     |    June 23, 2014
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Although summertime is coming to an end, the temperatures are still very high.  Seniors are at risk for heatstroke, heat exhaustion, and other heat related... Continue reading →
Age is more than a number

Age is more than a number

By     |    June 3, 2014
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Scientists are just now realizing what in-home care providers have always known – your true age means more than just the number of years you have lived. A new study... Continue reading →
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Losing someone you love

By     |    April 15, 2014
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Losing someone you love deeply hurts, even if it was expected.  My Grandmother passed away this past March.  She was only 83 years old. I have written in my blog... Continue reading →
Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease

Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease

By     |    March 3, 2014
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 Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease   Researchers say the Self-Administered Gerocognitive Examination, or SAGE test, is an efficient way to test large... Continue reading →
When Senior care needs change

When Senior care needs change

By     |    February 28, 2014
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  When Senior care needs change Have you ever heard someone talking about their mom/dad's decline in health and how a series of events lead to a change in... Continue reading →
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