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Aging with Pride: How Seniors At Home Supports Isolated LGBTQ+ Older Adults
The United States is facing a significant demographic shift as its population gets older, including members of our LGBTQ+ communities. According to the LGBTQ+ advocacy organization, Movement Advancement Project (MAP), it is estimated that, by 2030, there will be nearly 7 million LGBTQ+ people in the United States over the age ...
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Dementia Care & Autonomy: Seniors At Home Visits Amsterdam to Unlock the Secrets of The Hogeweyk
Staying on the cutting edge of treatments for people with memory loss and their families is vital for the industry-leading team behind Seniors At Home’s Center for Dementia Care. That’s why, recently, we embarked on a transformative journey to explore what could be the future of Alzheimer’s and dementia care. ...
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A Helping Hand from a Personal Assistant
Naomi, 92, receives just the help she needs from one of our personal assistants.
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Community Counts: How Local Resources Support the Families of People Experiencing Memory Loss
If your loved one is experiencing memory loss, you’re likely familiar with the significant challenges this condition presents—things about them that have always been familiar to you may be changing, and their needs can be different from one day to the next. As the disease progresses, you might feel isolated ...
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The Power of Planning
When you’re caring for older loved ones, it’s easy to focus on the issues that are right in front of you, like making sure their nutritional needs are met, handling medical appointments, and tackling home maintenance issues. Depending on the type of support that’s required, a Care Manager or Personal ...
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Finding the Words: Tips for Communicating with a Person Experiencing Memory Loss
Talking to a loved one who’s experiencing memory loss or dementia can be a challenging or frustrating experience. Your loved one might not only have trouble recalling recent events but also could struggle to follow conversations or find the right words to express themselves. The Seniors At Home Center for ...
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How to Avoid Heat Illness During a Heat Wave
The tinkling tune of the ice cream truck making its way down the block is a sure sign that summer has arrived. Later sunsets, warmer weather, seasonal treats like watermelon and farmers’ market tomatoes—what’s not to like about summer? Turns out, a number of heat-related health conditions can put a ...
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Opportunities for Seniors Seeking Community and Support
The green ribbons you may be seeing in your inbox or social media feed represent Mental Health Awareness Month, established in 1949 to educate the public and reduce the stigma for people who are struggling with mental health issues. It’s a time to raise awareness about these challenges and the ...
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Seniors Thrive Thanks to Her Magic for Making Connections
Meet Alana Goldscheid, Director of Older Adult Social Programming Alana Goldscheid, Director of Older Adult Social Programming for Seniors At Home, is on a mission to connect others. With experience working within many different social programs here at Jewish Family and Children’s Services she’s had plenty of opportunities to create ...
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The Emotional Side of Heart Health: How Social Connectedness Helps Keep Seniors Healthy
We all understand the importance of keeping our hearts physically healthy, but there’s another side of heart health that doesn’t always get enough attention: emotional wellness. Emotional wellness is closely linked to social connection, whether it’s through friendships, intimate relationships, or being part of a community—and is especially important for ...
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