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Category Archives: Caregiver in Irvine CA

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Is It Time to Help Your Dad With His Finances?

You've always thought of your dad as being a financially savvy person. During your last visit, you spotted some late payment notices. You can have problems managing your finances at any age, so it may not be something you think about. It's one of...

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Natural Tips for Managing High Blood Pressure in Elderly Adults

Does your elderly loved one suffer from high blood pressure? If so, you probably already know the dangers that could occur if their high blood pressure goes untreated. High blood pressure could cause a stroke, heart disease, vision issues, and more....

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Preparing Yourself for the Emotional Impact of Being a Family Caregiver...

You love your aging parent, and finding out they are living with cancer is likely shocking and unexpected. When you're faced with this type of news, you have to take the time to let this reality sink in, and allow your emotions to clarify...

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5 Things Seniors Can Do With Christmas Cookies

During the Christmas season, it’s appropriate for people to show appreciation for the many people in their lives who contribute to the community in many ways. Many elderly adults grew up with a tradition of delivering baked goods to certain...

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5 Caregiver Tips for Parkinson’s Disease

Caregivers for older adults with Parkinson’s disease are faced with a whole host of tasks. They do things like schedule and attend medical appointments, learn about the disease itself, organize medications, manage finances, and handle...

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What Can You Do When You Don’t Want to Be a...

Whether you've never thought of being a caregiver before or you've known for a while that you don't want to be one, you may not realize that you do have some options.   [caption id="attachment_1555" align="aligncenter" width="300"]...

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