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Archive for December 2011

Fall Prevention

www.blessingsforseniors.com About half of all falls happen at home. To make your home safer: Use non-slip mats in the bathtub and on shower floors. www.blessingsforseniors.com

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Fall Prevention

www.blessingsforseniors.com About half of all falls happen at home. To make your home safer: Have grab bars put in next to your toilet and in the tub or shower. www.blessingsforseniors.com

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How to Be An Astute Caregiver-Know the Six Signs of Decline

Is it inevitable that aging must bring disease, debilitation and dementia? Jack Lalanne, the exercise guru, continued his two-hour daily workouts into his nineties. Clint Eastwood, at the age of eighty, continues to produce, direct, and star in major motion pictures. Sure, our parents are aging. But while chronic illness and increased frailty take their…

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Fall Prevention

www.blessingsforseniors.com About half of all falls happen at home. To make your home safer: Keep items you use often in cabinets you can reach easily without using a step stool. www.blessingsforseniors.com  

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Guide to Veteran’s Benefits

 Understanding Veteran’s benefits: A Guide for Seniors To access the guide go to: www.blessingsforseniors.com  complete the Contact Us form and type “Veteran’s Benefits” in the comments box. The link to the guide will be emailed to you. Or call 623-594-0819 Blessings! For Seniors Companion Care Goodyear, AZ www.blessingsforseniors.com      

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A Holiday of Comfort & Joy for Families Faced with Alzheimer’s

www.blessingsforseniors.com Blessings! For Seniors Companion Care offers helpful advice for making the holidays a relaxing and joyful time for, caregivers, family, and friends.  The Alzheimer’s Association (www.alz.org) estimates that there are nearly 5.2 million people in the U.S. living with Alzheimer’s disease. For these millions of people and their families, friends, and caregivers, the holidays…

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