Fighting Dementia in Seniors

It’s no secret that a healthy diet and regular exercise can benefit the body in many ways. These simple things help the heart, your muscles, and in some cases, even your brain. As we age, our risk of developing certain brain diseases also increases. After age 65, the chance of being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease…

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Help Older Loved Ones Move

Moving elderly parents out of their home can be a difficult situation. Whether due to medical concerns, their inability to maintain the home, moving to be closer to family members, or because your parents need assisted living services, having open and honest conversations will help all involved. Continue reading to learn more about what Rocket…

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Assisting Your Parents Financially

Are you concerned about your parents’ financial stability? If so, you are not alone. Many adults in the Sandwich Generation (those supporting children and parents simultaneously) feel the weight of worrying about their parent’s money. In fact, 25% of Baby Boomers and 20% of Millennials today are assisting their parents financially in some way. Since…

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Preventing Senior Scams

Mark goes to visit his mother one day to spend some time with her like a good son would do.  He and his mom are sitting in the living room chatting when the phone starts to ring.  She walks to the kitchen to answer the phone and starts talking to the person on the other…

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Contact Lens Storage Mistakes

Contacts can give you the freedom to move quickly without thinking that your glasses might fall off. It is the reason why some sportspeople who are having vision problems prefer contacts over eyeglasses. Just like sports, contacts are the star players in a game. They take the most important role, and the fans love them!…

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Vitamin D Deficiency

The Need for Vitamin D Vitamin D deficiency is especially common in seniors who are spending much of their time inside. Vitamin D deficiency in seniors can be a serious problem for seniors. It can cause several issues like depression, increased risk of bone disorders, and increased risk of illnesses and diseases. Vitamin D is…

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Guide to Decluttering

This week, we want to take a moment to spotlight an article by Neighbor. They share about decluttering and the importance of having a clean home. You can check out the original article here. If you or a loved one struggles with clutter, continue reading for our guide for decluttering! Marie Kondo, one of the most…

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Tips to Catch Alzheimer's

A disease that seems to devastate so many families across the world is Alzheimer’s.  Alzheimer’s Disease is a form of Dementia that causes problems with a person’s memory, thinking, and behavior.  In fact, 1 in 10 seniors has Alzheimer’s, making it the most common form of Dementia among older adults.  Due to its prevalence, Alzheimer’s…

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Medical Alert Systems for Seniors

In the days of COVID-19, isolation for seniors has become a norm. However, this means that is it more challenging to keep an eye on on senior relative’s health. Medical alert systems for seniors are valuable life-saving devices. They can protect seniors in case of emergency while providing untold peace of mind for caregivers and loved…

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