Senior Health

How to Safely Assist with Bathing an Elderly Person and Other Personal Care Tasks

How could something that’s so comforting and soothing, like a nice, warm bath, become one of the greatest dangers to older adults? The truth is, the combination of smooth surfaces, slippery soap and hot water create the perfect storm for a fall risk – making bathing an elderly person one …

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Bathing and Aging: From Battles to Bliss | Bath Services for Elderly Loved Ones

What feels more soothing than sinking into a warm, relaxing bath at the conclusion of a long, busy day? While many of us relish the luxurious comfort that bathtime brings, for seniors, especially those struggling with the challenges of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, it’s certainly not blissful. For a variety …

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It’s Lovely Weather for a Holiday Get-together with Seniors: How to Plan Ahead

The holidays are full of festivities, parties, gatherings, and celebrations. Nonetheless, for an older loved one, holiday outings require a little additional planning. Follow these pointers from Live Well at Home’s Roseville senior care experts in order to savor fun and relaxed outings with loved ones of all ages this …

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Live Well receives Caring.com’s coveted Caring Star Agency Award for 2017

It’s estimated that nearly 90 percent of people 65 and over in the U.S. want to “age in place” or remain in their home during their elder years. One of the biggest obstacles to staying home as you age is how the senior will maintain independence if and when help …

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The Hardest Goodbye: A Granddaughter’s Story

I was 15 years old when I found out my grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. I had heard of it. I knew about it from friends who had grandparents who suffered through it (and I’d seen The Notebook a million times), but nothing can ever prepare you for what …

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Asthma vs. COPD – Determining the Difference | Live Well at Home by Eskaton

Unstoppable coughing. Shortness of breath. Wheezing. Sounds like an asthma attack, right? Before grabbing an inhaler or those over-the-counter cough drops, however, it may be time to see if another culprit – COPD – could be causing the problem. As many as 12 million Americans are currently living with COPD …

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