Tracking Brain Health to Detect Alzheimer’s

Tracking Brain Health to Detect Alzheimer’s

Discussing care with aging loved ones is never easy. For many, there is the elephant in the room of cognitive decline. After all, someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease every 66 seconds in the United States. Because of this, there is an importance in tracking brain health to detect Alzheimer’s in seniors regularly. When to…

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Senior Benefits for Owning a Dog

Senior Benefits for Owning a Dog

As we each age, there are different challenges that we will face. Many of these can be helped by having a dog. Dogs are a great addition to the family. As you continue reading this blog from Fluent Woof, you will learn more about senior benefits for owning a dog. Companionship As people age, they…

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Tips to Reduce Pneumonia in Seniors

Reduce Pneumonia in Seniors

During a winter in Pittsburgh, we huddle close together with loved ones and stay indoors to avoid the cold weather. Being in close quarters, however, can hasten the spread of disease. This is especially dangerous for vulnerable populations such as the elderly. One major illness that can be both common and deadly is pneumonia. With…

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How Your Body Ages

How Your Body Ages

Although incontinence is not merely an aspect of age, as we grow older, our organs do become less efficient.  Therefore, our need for incontinence products as we advance in years. As the infographic makes clear, aging organs is a natural consequence of passing years.  Our cells can only divide so many times before they die off –…

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Medical Alert Systems for Seniors

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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A Joyful Senior Christmas

A Christmas dinner across generations.

The holiday season is a common season for people to spend more time indoors with those who matter.  Students and kids generally have an extended time off from classes and school, allowing them to relax at home and do activities such as play videogames.  The parents often get a chance to take extended time off…

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Senior Proofing Your Home

Senior Proofing Your Home

A majority of seniors prefer to stay in the comfort of their own homes instead of transitioning into a nursing home or assisted living facility. Although, many seniors feel that they would feel safer in a senior care facility because there would always be someone to keep an eye on them and because the facilities…

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Healthy Soup Recipes for Seniors

Healthy and Safe Soup Recipes for Seniors

You do not need to be a master chef to make homemade soup. Many recipes are so simple that they can be completed in 30 minutes! Soup is both yummy and nutritious. There are thousands of different soup recipes that can provide seniors with key nutrients, while also serving as a tasty meal. Soup is…

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Emergency Senior Care Plan Tips

Emergency Senior Care Plan

The nature of your loved one’s care should never be left up to chance. Unfortunately, life is very rarely predictable. Because of this, your emergency backup plan is one of the most valuable assets in your senior care toolbox. Learn the best way to create an emergency care plan with our 5 step system. Find…

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Natural Forgetfulness or Dementia?

Natural Forgetfulness or Dementia

We’ve all been there- you forget something that seems so obvious that you should remember and you say to yourself, “I’m getting dementia!” Chances are, you aren’t. Forgetting little things here and there is usually not a big deal and is quite common for seniors. Though, it is important to know if your symptoms are…

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