Senior Care

Better Senior Sleep

When Counting Sheep Won’t Cut It: Six Tips for Better Senior Sleep

Good sleep habits are a cornerstone of health; however, sleep cycles change as we age. If you or a senior loved one has been struggling with sleep, you aren’t alone. The elderly are more likely to experience disruptions in their circadian rhythm  or “internal clock” that make falling asleep and staying asleep more difficult. The …

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Creativity for Seniors

Creativity for Seniors: The Many Benefits of Music and Art

We’re well aware of the value of incorporating the arts into children’s education, but how about when we’re older? Art can play an integral role in learning for a lifetime, and activities to promote creativity for seniors is, in fact, some of the best types of activities to include in your senior care toolbox, with …

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Post-Holiday Loneliness

How to Alleviate Loneliness After The Holidays

While the holidays are often a joyful time for seniors, once the decorations are packed away and loved ones have returned to their everyday, hectic lives, many older adults are at risk to sink into a time of loneliness after the holidays. Seniors who live alone are most susceptible to experiencing feelings of sadness and …

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