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Social Media Savvy: Helping Foster City Seniors receiving Alzheimers Care

Social Media Savvy: Helping Foster City Seniors receiving Alzheimers Care

It’s a vast world out there…and the internet helps the world come to your home. Foster City seniors feeling disconnected from family members should consider joining one or more social media accounts. In fact, your senior’s Alzheimers care provider can even help get things set up!

Social Media Savvy: Helping Foster City Seniors receiving Alzheimers Care
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Dance for joy: Redwood City seniors with dementia care needs can have fun!

Dance for joy: Redwood City seniors with dementia care needs can have fun!

Dancing is both art and exercise…an expression of feeling and a way to burn calories. It’s no wonder that dance makes a perfect activity for Redwood City seniors wanting to socialize and improve / maintain their mobility. Did you know that dancing can also help seniors with dementia?1 Yes, seniors and their dementia care providers should seriously consider dancing as a regular part of a weekly routine.

Dance for joy: Redwood City seniors with dementia care needs can have fun!
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Game night fun in San Carlos for seniors receiving diabetes care

Game night fun in San Carlos for seniors receiving diabetes care

If you’re bored, try playing a board game! One great way to involve the whole family (including your San Carlos senior) is to have a family game night. This could be something your senior hosts on a weekly, monthly basis or could even just be a yearly event when you come to visit your senior receiving diabetes care over the holidays.

Game night fun in San Carlos for seniors receiving diabetes care
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Your Belmont senior can be a mentor! Tips for involvement with disability care needs

Your Belmont senior can be a mentor! Tips for involvement with disability care needs

If your Belmont senior has a heart for making a difference in the community, he or she could become a mentor! Mentoring youth or other young adults can be a huge encouragement to both parties involved and can make a lifelong impact for good on the next generation. Even if your senior has disability care needs and limited mobility, he or she can still be a part.

Your Belmont senior can be a mentor! Tips for involvement with disability care needs
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Alzheimers care and eyesight for Hillsborough seniors: Letting the world in

Alzheimers care and eyesight for Hillsborough seniors: Letting the world in

Our eyes express our thoughts and innermost feelings. They also allow us to take in new information and better understand the world around us. Our eyesight is a precious gift, indeed! Hillsborough families considering Alzheimers care assistance for their loved one need to consider how poor and failing eyesight can affect their seniors even in the safety of home.

Alzheimers care and eyesight for Hillsborough seniors: Letting the world in
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Weddings and Dementia Care: How to Help Burlingame Seniors Cope

Weddings and Dementia Care: How to Help Burlingame Seniors Cope

The big day has finally arrived…your wedding day! You’ve spent the past several months planning every detail out, from the food and flowers to the venue, clothing and music. But have you thought about your Burlingame grandparent(s) receiving dementia care? Will they be able to handle attending a major event? Below are some suggestions on how to navigate the waters with elderly family members.

Weddings and Dementia Care: How to Help Burlingame Seniors Cope
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Learning to Live with No Regrets: Caregivers and Senior Care Help in Millbrae

Learning to Live with No Regrets: Caregivers and Senior Care Help in Millbrae

Oh, change. It’s so hard to accept change…and yet, life is full of changes. Some are good, like finding love, having work / life achievements and traveling. But others can be difficult and painful. Getting older is one of those challenges. Caregivers who offer senior care assistance to adults in Millbrae need to keep in mind that regret and discouragement may play a role in each senior’s day-to-day life.

Learning to Live with No Regrets: Caregivers and Senior Care Help in Millbrae
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Hillsborough diabetes care and celebrating long-distance holidays

Hillsborough diabetes care and celebrating long-distance holidays

This year, the Fourth of July lands on a Wednesday, which can make it more difficult for families to get together to celebrate. If you live far away from your Hillsborough senior, this can be especially hard. Thankfully, NuevaCare’s diabetes care team can help your loved one enjoy the holiday even if you can’t be with him or her in person.

Hillsborough diabetes care and celebrating long-distance holidays
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For Los Altos seniors receiving cancer care, burglary would be a nightmare

For Los Altos seniors receiving cancer care, burglary would be a nightmare

It’s natural to worry about your children and about their safety. After all, they are small, inexperienced to the ways of life and vulnerable. But have you ever thought about how your Mom and / or Dad may need some extra protection as well? True, they have the wisdom of years of experience. But your Los Altos parent can be vulnerable nonetheless, due to his or her limited mobility, reduced hearing etc. Check out our post below for some ways a NuevaCare cancer care provider or caregiver can help.

For Los Altos seniors receiving cancer care, burglary would be a nightmare
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Alzheimers Care and celebrating Father's Day with your San Mateo Senior

Alzheimers Care and celebrating Father’s Day with your San Mateo Senior

Happy Father’s Day to all Dads and Granddads! Fathers inspire, encourage and enable the next generation, so it’s important to honor them on this special day. Your Mother may show her love in more recognizable ways (hugs, words of encouragement etc), but your San Mateo Father is still worth celebrating, even if he is receiving Alzheimers care and can’t remember you.

Alzheimers Care and celebrating Father’s Day with your San Mateo Senior
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