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Breakfast Skipper Twice as Likely to Develop Diabetes.

Are you a breakfast skipper? Now is the time to think twice about what you eat and when you eat  to control blood-sugar regulation.  http://www.nextavenue.org/article/2015-04/fiftysomething-diet-eat-big-breakfast-or-not

Home Health Care

Identifying as a Caregiver

Currently in the United States, over 44 million Americans spend on average 20 hours per week caring for a loved one whether it’s a family member or a close friend. 418 more words

Senior Care

Independent Senior Living Facilities Provide Excellent Hospitality

Seniors who are used to living life on their own terms, will find it easier to move into a comfortable new setting. When they are given the freedom at Summer Breeze Senior Living that they deserve, seniors have the space to carry on with their lifestyles the way they wish to. 325 more words

Senior Care

Planning for Long-Term Senior Care

Many families have considered assisted living homes, such as the Bentley Commons at Paragon Village, as an option for their loved ones. They are enticed by the vast number of services and amenities that the seniors will benefit from. 347 more words

Senior Care

You Have Been Diagnosed Now What? Dementia Notes

How to handle the time when you first get a diagnosis of dementia or another life changing situation..by francy Dickinson

Dear Francy: My dad just got a diagnosis of dementia and my mom has just found out she has cancer. 1,534 more words

Health

Full cycle for food!

As our loved ones age they may come to a point where they have difficulty chewing or swallowing food.  The concern at this point is two-fold: one, we need to make sure they’re still able to get proper nutrition and two, if they have trouble swallowing they may accidentally aspirate (inhale) food or beverage into their lungs.   955 more words

Caregiving

The growing long term care funding crisis requires understanding private pay alternatives - From CSA.us

Statistics show that the majority of people do not understand the various forms of long term care, the different means to pay for it, and most do not plan for long term care until they are hit by a health care crisis.  931 more words