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Caregivers: Helping Seniors Get the Most Out Of Their Workouts

People of all ages have a lot to gain from regular exercise, but older adults in particular stand to benefit from regular workouts for physical activity.

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How To Help Your Aging Loved One Avoid Hypothermia

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Mitigating Rising Stress Among Caregivers

The work that goes into being a primary caregiver for a sick or elderly family member is very difficult, and the number of Canadian caregivers feeling distressed, upset or even depressed has nearly doubled in the last few years.

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When Is It Time For Assisted Living?

When is it the right time to move to assisted living? This is the question that Sunrise representative Brigitte Specht set out to answer in a recent Twitter chat hosted by Aware Senior Care, LLC, a Home Care agency based in North Carolina.

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Bonding Ideas For Long Distance Grandparent-grandchild Relationships

Grandparents play a special role in a child's life. They provide unconditional love, encourage imagination and play and support a child's dreams and ambitions. When a grandparents live in the same neighborhood as their grandchildren, or even just in the same state, they can visit frequently and spend fun days out together, making memories that will last a lifetime. However, this is a little more difficult for grandparents that live far away from their grandchildren. 

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How Robots Could Improve Senior Care

As technology continues to improve, robotic caregivers are now being employed to aid senior across the world. Robots and other advanced technologies can be used to help older adults monitor their health, stay social and perform difficult household tasks.

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The Importance of Senior Dental Hygiene

A smile tells a story and lights up a room, but sadly, many seniors are afraid to show theirs because of poor dental health. According to the Washington Dental Service Foundation, 75 percent of people age 60 and older have only some of their natural teeth, and nearly 23 percent of people between the ages of 65 and 74 have severe gum disease.

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Your Guide To Visiting Elderly Loved Ones During The Holidays

The holidays are an exciting time when the kids have a break from school and adults get a couple of days off from work, presenting a unique opportunity for family members to reunite. If you're taking the family to visit elderly loved ones at their assisted living community, or you're having them over for your holiday gathering, make sure that you know how to ensure their experience is a special one.

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