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Coffee, anyone? It might help Belmont seniors with dementia care needs

Coffee, anyone? It might help Belmont seniors with dementia care needs

“Just give me a good ‘ol cup of Joe.” Coffee is synonymous with the morning routine, with going to meet a friend and with comfort. Some people are coffee snobs who only like coffee made from a certain imported bean. Others can barely stand the strong flavor, so they load up their drinks with creamer and seasonal additives like pumpkin spice. Regardless of how you take your coffee, everyone can agree that it’s here to stay. And, for seniors with dementia care needs, this is a very good thing. In this post, we’ll talk about how caffeine can be beneficial to your Belmont senior.

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.

Diabetes care for Belmont seniors and increasing hearing loss awareness

Diabetes care for Belmont seniors and increasing hearing loss awareness

Did you know that diabetes can affect your hearing? Yes, it’s true! Your high blood sugar can be a detriment to overall health, including eyesight and your ears.1 For senior citizens, including those in Belmont, this is especially worrying. As humans age, we will gradually and naturally lose some of our hearing acuteness.2 Thus, for aging adults and loved ones with diabetes care needs, the concern for hearing loss is real.

Alzheimers care for Belmont seniors: Families, seniors and emotional loss

Alzheimers care for Belmont seniors: Families, seniors and emotional loss

No one likes or enjoys the feeling of loss. It’s gut-wrenching, painful…especially if loss is related to relationships. This Valentine’s Day, take a few minutes to appreciate the loved ones in your life. Cherish the memories you’ve made with your aging parents. If one of the special Belmont seniors in your life is receiving Alzheimers care, you’ll know just how important each moment can be.