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Common Skin Problems of Elderly Adults

Home Health Care in San Clemente CA: September is Skin Care Awareness Month. For you, as a family caregiver, this is the ideal opportunity to learn more about the most pressing issues facing your senior parent’s skin and the steps you can take to protect them from serious health complications and consequences.

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Home Care – What is Alzheimer’s Disease?

Home Care Services in Irvine CA: Your aging mother was just diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. It is a devastating day, and you feel lost and out of sorts – and you now know that she feels like this on a daily basis. You know that from now on, things will probably only get worse, but aside from that, you might not know much else about Alzheimer’s.

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What are the Signs and Symptoms of Psoriatic Arthritis?

Homecare in Newport Beach CA: Approximately 7.5 million people throughout the United States are currently living with some form of psoriasis, you should know that they are at greater risk of developing a condition known as psoriatic arthritis.  Knowing the potential signs and symptoms of this disease can help you to make the care decisions that are right for them.

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Signs of a Heat-Related Emergency

Senior Care in Dana Point CA: As a family caregiver, it is critical that you are able to recognize the signs of such a heat-related emergency so that you can get them the prompt and effective care that is necessary to help them through such a situation with minimized negative impact.

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Helping Seniors Who Suffer From Sciatica

Homecare in Huntington Beach CA: Because of weakening bones and muscles, elderly people are prone to developing sciatica, which can result in tremendous pain. Family caregivers that are assisting an elderly loved one with sciatica may be able to provide some relief from the pain.

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Living with Scleroderma

Elder Care in Huntington Beach CA: Around 300,000 people in the United States are living with scleroderma, a condition that causes a hardening of skin and connective tissues. Although scleroderma is not curable, there are many things you and your parent’s home care provider can do to help manage the symptoms at home as well as helping your parent to live well with scleroderma.

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