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    01, 2022

    Categories: Elderly Care

    Finding the Right Care for Your Aging Loved One Our care teams get a lot of questions about the different kinds of care available for people as they age. There are a lot of options to choose from and it can feel confusing. Today, we want to share the [...]

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  • 20

    12, 2021

    Statistics on Surgery in the United States Over 50 million surgeries take place in the United States each year – that’s over 15 percent of the population or about 1 in 7 people. Approximately 23 million of those surgeries are considered ambulatory surgeries, also known as “outpatient” or “same-day” [...]

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  • 8

    12, 2021

    Categories: Elderly Care

    Find Out What Seniors Really Want Picking the perfect gift for your loved ones can be difficult. With so many new products and services every year, it’s hard to get a handle on what might really leave an impact. Our team of caregivers took to the internet to help [...]

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  • 22

    11, 2021

    Categories: Elderly Care

    ameriCARE’s Top Resources for Helping Seniors Get Through Winter with Ease It’s no doubt that everything slows down in winter. In a lot of places, transportation can be more difficult with snow and ice. In others, cooler temperatures mean less time outside and less time connecting with others. The [...]

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  • 10

    11, 2021

    Categories: Elderly Care

    The Big Step Up – Learning More About Diabetes Every year, in November, the American Diabetes Association promotes American Diabetes Month to help spread awareness for the disease. This year, the Association is promoting their new campaign “The Big Step Up” to help people take charge of their health [...]

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  • 20

    10, 2021

    Having surgery is never an easy experience, but there are things you can do to improve your recovery period and minimize its impact on your life. We sat down with our team of caregivers to uncover the best tips and tricks for better recovery after surgery. Join us as [...]

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  • 6

    10, 2021

    Advice, Resources, and Guidance from Our Expert Caregivers This month, we’re focusing on fighting the negative impact of loneliness and isolation. These feelings can lead to larger concerns like depression, malnutrition, failing health, and even dementia. That’s why we’ve put together our best resources, made by our team of [...]

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  • 22

    09, 2021

    All too often, we hear defeating stories from older people explaining their frustration with the medical system. There are a number of reasons seniors are hesitant to visit the doctor or even follow their health care plan like not having their medical concerns taken seriously, having to manage multiple [...]

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  • 7

    09, 2021

    The AARP Assessment for Senior Caregiving The American Association of Retired Persons, more commonly known as AARP, is a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to helping prepare all people to live their best life post retirement. AARP advocates for things like better Social Security and equitable and affordable healthcare while [...]

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  • 31

    08, 2021

    Improving Day-to-Day Function Through Simple Exercises Depending on your location, getting in basic physical activity regularly can be difficult. This is true even more so for seniors. There can be several obstacles for older adults to get the exercise they need to maintain strength - from changes in weather [...]

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