Monthly Archives: August 2010

Attaining Goals Encourage Dementia Patients

Making and attaining personal goals can help people in the early stages of dementia manage their condition, Alzheimer’s Society research published in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry has found. Researchers at Bangor University, Wales found that people who received … Continue reading

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Driving Safety for Elderly

As one ages, there are many issues that may arise that need to be addressed, one of them may be driving.  As we age, our body goes through normal changes but those changes may inhibit one’s driving ability.  Staying educated … Continue reading

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Scams Seniors Succumb To

Elderly folk are increasingly becoming victims of scams, especially with all the new technology that pops up on a seemingly weekly basis. To avoid becoming a victim or protecting your loved ones, education is the key. Things to Look For: … Continue reading

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Elderly Activities

Staying active is important for everyone, including the elderly.  Below is a list of ideas to help maintain an active lifestyle for you or a loved one. Libraries Movies – Some libraries offer free afternoon movie showings for members. They … Continue reading

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