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Four Ways to Help You Manage Your Time Better

By Ellen Samson | Dec 2, 2019 | Comments Off on Four Ways to Help You Manage Your Time Better

Caregiver Gardena, CA: Managing your Time No matter how great you are at being a caregiver you might feel as if there’s more you can do to manage your time better. Some of these tips might help, especially if you’re constantly feeling as if you’re running behind.  Keep Track of...

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Can Your Senior Regain Muscle Tone?

By Ellen Samson | Nov 18, 2019 | Comments Off on Can Your Senior Regain Muscle Tone?

Elderly Care Palos Verdes, CA: Can Your Senior Regain Muscle Tone? It’s normal to lose a little bit of muscle tone as your senior ages, but this can cause her bigger problems. To improve her mobility and her ability to avoid a fall, it’s in your senior’s best interests to...

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How to Make Decisions About Your Senior’s Ongoing Care

By Ellen Samson | Nov 4, 2019 | Comments Off on How to Make Decisions About Your Senior’s Ongoing Care

Home Care Redondo Beach, CA: How to Make Decisions About Your Senior’s Ongoing Care Eventually as a caregiver you’re going to be in a position where you need to make some pretty big decisions about your senior and her ongoing care. These decisions might seem to be never-ending, in fact....

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Risks and Causes of Osteoporosis in Seniors

By Ellen Samson | Oct 21, 2019 | Comments Off on Risks and Causes of Osteoporosis in Seniors

Senior Care El Segundo, CA: Osteoporosis and Seniors Osteoporosis is defined by low bone mass and loss of bone tissue leading to weak and fragile bones. Sometimes this includes an increased risk of fractures of the hip, spine, and wrist. It could be included in joints or all bones as...

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Physical Injuries, Falling, and the Elderly

By Ellen Samson | Oct 7, 2019 | Comments Off on Physical Injuries, Falling, and the Elderly

Elder Care Palos Verdes, CA: Elderly and Falling Every year, millions of seniors aged 65 and older experience falls, including those receiving elder care at home, which can not only have a great impact on their quality of life, but lead to serious injuries as well. Research has shown that...

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Four Tips for When You Feel Lost

By Ellen Samson | Sep 18, 2019 | Comments Off on Four Tips for When You Feel Lost

Caregiver Seal Beach, CA: Four Tips for When You Feel Lost You’re not going to handle every situation perfectly as a caregiver and that really is okay. What’s important is how you cope with that fact as you go forward. Imagine Everything Is Going to Turn out Fine When it...

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Tips to Help Your Parents Stay Socially Engaged

By Ellen Samson | Sep 4, 2019 | Comments Off on Tips to Help Your Parents Stay Socially Engaged

Elderly Care Long Beach, CA: Tips to Help Your Parents Stay Socially Engaged Are your parents starting to isolate themselves? Maybe they have had some of their friends pass away. This can be sad and troubling for them. They may start shying away from social activities. However, there are some...

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Pain and COPD

By Ellen Samson | Aug 21, 2019 | Comments Off on Pain and COPD

Home Care Gardena, CA: Pain and COPD COPD can bring pain with it and that’s now a doubly difficult problem for your senior. Managing COPD can help to make the pain less of a concern, but sometimes the pain makes breathing difficulties worse. Have a Conversation with Her Doctor Pain...

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How Do You Get Help When You’re Caring for a Parent with Alzheimer’s?

By Ellen Samson | Aug 5, 2019 | Comments Off on How Do You Get Help When You’re Caring for a Parent with Alzheimer’s?

Caregiver Whittier, CA: Caring for a Parent with Alzheimer’s The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that family caregivers spend an average of 22 hours per week providing care. Caring for a parent may seem easy at first. As the disease progresses, it starts to feel like you’re caring for a child and...

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Another Great Review From a Wonderful Client!

By Ellen Samson | Jul 17, 2019 | Comments Off on Another Great Review From a Wonderful Client!

Ellen and her company of caregivers were there for my mom every step of the way.. ever since she moved into her assisted living facility.. I don’t think my mother would have had the extended life span of an additional 6 years if it weren’t for Ellen and her team....

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