Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer, with family picnics and gatherings, and it’s a great opportunity to spend quality time with the ones you love. However, when you have an elderly loved one who requires home care services in some form or another, you may not be thinking about them visiting, or coming over to your house, on Memorial Day.

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After being cooped up in the house all winter long, your elderly loved one needs to get outside for some fresh air. In the few weeks leading up to planting season, starting a few seeds indoors is a lot of fun. They can choose some herbs or other favorite veggies and do a little indoor planting. You don’t need a very big pot or much soil at all to start a few seeds.

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Millions of Americans, including the elderly suffer with allergies but the seniors often have complicating factors that make it even harder to deal with. There are ways that senior care can help to make allergy season bearable.

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For those of us whose vision is strong, whether you need corrective lenses or not, it can be easy to take your sight for granted. Yet for those whose vision is beginning to decline, or fail, it can be an unnerving and even downright frightening. When it comes to elder care, helping to keep elderly patients’ eyes in good health is crucial to safety and happiness at home.

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Today, the elderly prefer to rely on home care services if family members are unable to care for them. This allows them to remain in the comfort of their own home surrounded by wonderful memories instead of going to a nursing home, or assisted living facility. While home care services can be a lifesaver in many situations, there are things to avoid when looking to hire.

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