Senior Health

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Tips for Communicating with Seniors Experiencing Loss of Hearing

Loss of hearing is a common issue among older adults. According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, around a third of people ages 65 to 74 have hearing loss and nearly half of those 75 and older have difficulty hearing. Hearing loss can come on gradually over time, or it can …

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Seniors and Technology

Seniors and Technology: Tools to Foster Independence and Safety

In the midst of the pandemic, our caregivers experienced firsthand the crucial pairing of seniors and technology to stay connected to family and friends. Now, as health and wellbeing continue to be our focus in caring for seniors, there are a number of tech tools that are incredibly beneficial. We’ve provided details on some of …

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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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