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  1. Top Tips for Coping with Nutritional Challenges of Alzheimer’s Disease from a Trusted Phoenix Elder Care Company

    If you’re providing care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, you’re likely to encounter some very noticeable and highly demanding behaviors. Sundowning, emotional outbursts, and wandering, for example, all require caregivers to jump into immediate action. One issue that can take second stage, but should be addressed with just as much urgency, is nutritional[…] Read More…

  2. Phoenix Home Health Care Provider Offers Proper Nutrition Tips for Seniors

    As we grow older, our metabolism slows and we tend to be less active in our everyday lives. Because of this, a senior’s diet will continuously evolve to require fewer and fewer calories. This does not, however, mean they need fewer nutrients: in fact, the need for essential vitamins and minerals increases. This translates into[…] Read More…

  3. Debunking Common Senior Psychotherapy Misconceptions

    Change can be hard for all of us, but consider for a moment the depth of change experienced in aging. The elderly encounter changes in health, in self-identity, in their roles and responsibilities and relationships with others. Loss of friends and loved ones becomes more common, along with loss of physical ability and sometimes mental[…] Read More…

  4. Home Care Paradise Valley: Learn to Safely Reposition Your Bed or Chair-Bound Loved One

    As providers of the most trusted Phoenix senior care the area has to offer, we know working with bed-bound seniors and chair-bound seniors requires much care and attention, and one of the most critical components is repositioning. The primary purpose of repositioning is to improve circulation to the skin and other organs, relieving pressure and[…] Read More…

  5. The Role of the Caregiver in Fall Prevention

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “Each year, one in every three adults age 65 and older will fall. Falls can lead to moderate to severe injuries, such as hip fractures and head trauma and can even increase the risk of early death.” The good news is that falls can be[…] Read More…