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Safety Tips for Feeding the Elderly

As people grow older, people may become frail and experience impaired mobility because of acquiring certain diseases or developing certain aging-related conditions, like dementia or arthritis. Because of this, they may have difficulties in doing daily life activities, especially when eating. They need assistance in doing so, to prevent health risk factors. To solve this, … Continue reading

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What You Need To Know: Heat Illness and Seniors

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, individuals aged 65 years or older are at a higher risk for heat-related health problems. Many external factors contribute to this risk, but there is one that trumps the rest—their age. As an in-home care services provider, we would like to inform you of everything you … Continue reading

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Nutrition Tips for Seniors This Summer

Summer has officially started! While for most of us this means basking in the sun and doing all things summer without special care on what to eat, our senior loved ones would need to stock up on certain foods to truly enjoy the season. As a Home Care in Arizona, we know that summertime brings … Continue reading

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How Home Care Helps Seniors Maximize Their Independence

Age-related health decline makes it difficult for seniors to live their lives to the fullest. However, this should not hinder them from making the most out of their older years. Family members and care professionals who deliver in-home care services to the elderly should keep in mind that caring for them should also support their … Continue reading

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Know the Limits of Home Care Services

Are you a few steps into deciding to get home care services for your elderly loved one? If you are, we at Comfort Covenant Home Care, LLC are certain that you must have thought long and hard of the consequences and the other possible changes that this will bring your elderly loved one, yourself, and … Continue reading

Common Senior Problem: Dry Skin

Aging affects every aspect of your senior loved ones’ life—the most noticeable involving their physical appearance, particularly their skin. Most of these effects are a natural part of growing older, such as loose facial skin, sunspots, transparent or loosened skin, and dryness, among others. However, this does not mean that they should just be accepted … Continue reading

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