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We are a not-for-profit providing in-home support for seniors, enabling them to remain independent in their community safely and with dignity.
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If you, or someone you care about, has had a , you probably want to know where you can get more information & help. Learn more about the many services available to help people who have survived a stroke, their family members & their at
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Be sure to review your medicines frequently with your doctor or pharmacist, especially when you have been prescribed a new medication.
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parkrun UK Sep 13
September is . Watch this film from our friends to learn about the difference between a healthy brain and a brain with Alzheimer’s Learn more about Alzheimer’s 👉 🌳
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CANES Community Care Sep 17
Arthritis doesn’t have to keep you from living a normal life. Fortunately, you can lessen the impact of arthritis on your life. Check out this months blog a few tips to help with arthritis symptoms
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Next Avenue Sep 12
Here's what people 100+ say about what that got them there:
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CANES Community Care Sep 16
In some cases, the symptoms of arthritis can make it difficult to carry out everyday tasks. We are here to help please contact CANES Community Care to learn about our personal care services
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A Place for Mom Sep 12
Learn more about the age-related changes that can make driving dangerous and use our older driver safety resources and tips to ensure your parents and senior loved ones are safe on the road.
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CANES Community Care Sep 15
Did you know we’re now on Facebook? Follow us there for even more tips and useful information.
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A Place for Mom Sep 12
Use every decade!
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CANES Community Care Sep 14
Treating arthritis starts with knowing what kind of arthritis you have. Talk to your doctor regularly and be sure to update them on symptom changes and get suggestions on care options.
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Alzheimer Society Sep 11
Every 3 seconds, someone develops dementia. That’s about as long as it takes you to share this post. Help raise awareness this World Alzheimer’s Month and show your support for people living with dementia worldwide
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CANES Community Care Sep 13
Unfortunately, there is no cure-all ointment or pill for arthritis Keep an eye out for unproven or fake treatments If it sounds too good to be true it probably is Talk to your healthcare team about what is best for you
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EldercareHomeHealth Sep 12
Make the most of available tax credits, which help to support you while you care for your parent. Check out this article to see how you can get money back in your pocket!
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CANES Community Care Sep 12
Warming and cooling can help with arthritis pain. Experiment with heat and cold therapy to find out which provides the best pain relief for you. More info
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CANES Community Care Sep 11
To avoid falls, be sure to have light switches installed at the top & bottom of your staircases.
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Alzheimers.net Sep 4
5 helpful calming techniques for to use when things get tough:
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CANES Community Care Sep 10
If you have arthritis pain -Over the counter anti-inflammatories & dietary supplements like fish oils and omega 3’s can have some positive effects. Talk to your pharmacist about what’s right for you. More tips
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Senior.com Sep 4
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CANES Community Care Sep 9
Including more foods like vegetables, fruits, beans, whole grains and foods containing omega-3 fatty acids, like wild salmon and anchovies canned in oil into your diet can help strengthen bones and reduce pain caused by arthritis.
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