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Service Areas: Plano, Frisco, Allen, Richardson, Garland and Collin County

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Activities That Promote Socialization in Aging Adults

Socialization is essential to healthy aging as it offers both physical and mental health benefits. Friendships not only bring joy into our lives, but they also increase longevity and reduce the risk of cognitive decline, depression, and other...

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Common Barriers to Personal Hygiene in Older Adults

As we get older, we face many challenges that affect our independence and ability to perform day-to-day activities. One of the most commonly affected aspects of aging is personal hygiene. Hence, many seniors and their families turn to personal...

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Getting In-home Health Services for Your Seniors

It is a good thing to take care of elderly parents in one's home, provided the environment is risk-free for all parties involved. However, keep in mind that caring for the elderly is a demanding and stressful job, so it might be better to have...

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Depression and Its Signs in Senior Adults

A person will likely have a difficult time getting through the loss of a loved one, unemployment, or being cut off from the rest of society for long periods. At their age, seniors should have experienced all of those mentioned, and emotions...

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Helping Seniors Take Care of their Mental Health

Adjusting to changes in the body as we age can be mentally draining, especially when compounded with loneliness and anxiety. A companionship service would be ideal to give them the emotional support they need. Mental health support is...

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Important Things to Know About Dementia

There is a greater chance of cognitive function loss as people age. This deterioration of the brain is called dementia. When someone is diagnosed with dementia, it often affects the area of the brain responsible for thoughts, memory, and...

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