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Category Archives: Elderly Care in Laguna Woods CA

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Are Your Mom’s Medications Increasing Her Fall Risk?

Certain prescription medications increase your mom's fall risk. If she's taking these pills, it's important to make sure she has someone around after taking them. If she is dizzy or nauseous, her family caregivers or home care aides can help support...

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Have You Heard of Psoriatic Arthritis Mutilans?

You may have heard of psoriasis, a skin condition that affects about 7.5 million people in the United States. Perhaps you’re even familiar with psoriatic arthritis, a kind of autoimmune disease that occurs in approximately 30 percent of people who...

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Is It Possible to Balance Being a Family Caregiver and Working...

Working from home has a wide variety of exceptional benefits, and if you are at the beginning of a caregiver journey with your aging parent, you may feel that the flexibility offered by this type of career will be one of those benefits. Soon,...

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Creative Ways to Involve the Whole Family in Caregiving

Many families choose to provide the bulk of their aging parent's care. It's hard for one person to provide all of the necessary care. Often, families divide up a week. That's your plan, but you're not sure how to involve everyone. It's easier...

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What You Should Know About Recreational Water Illnesses

Getting outside and enjoying time in water are popular ways to spend quality time with family and friends during the warmer spring and summer weather. As a family caregiver, you should know that water activities such as swimming can be a great...

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What You Should Know About Parkinson’s Awareness Month

April is Parkinson's Awareness Month. As a family caregiver, this is the ideal opportunity for you to learn more about this devastating disease so that you can identify your parent's individual risk factors, be vigilant about potential signs...

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