Senior Nutrition: Special Nutrient Needs of Older Adults

Senior Nutrition: Special Nutrient Needs of Older Adults

As adults grow older, their nutritional needs change as well. This means that proper senior nutrition is not the same compared to when adults were in their 20s or 30s. By the time adults reach their 50s, their bodies go through numerous changes that makes their old diets obsolete. This means that understanding proper senior nutrition starts with knowing how the body changes and what type of nutrients work best.

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How to Help Your Parents Connect with Technology

How to Help Your Parents Connect with Technology

With the rush of changes caused in large part by advancements in digital technology, it is difficult enough for younger people to keep up with the latest devices and services. For parents and those in the older generations, the changes may be too much for them to properly cope. So, it is little wonder that many seniors simply ignore the new advances. Understanding how to help your parents connect with technology may be one of the best gifts you can provide for them.

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Home Health Care Agency Near Me

Home Health Care Agency Near Me

In the US, millions of people take care of their parents and loved ones in the comfort of their homes. But sometimes the needs of seniors may be too much for one person to provide. That’s when they look for a home health care agency near me and find PSC Community Services. We provide the assistance you need to help care for your loved one.

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Best Exercises to Help Seniors Maintain Their Balance

Best Exercises to Help Seniors Maintain Their Balance

For those who have yet to reach their golden years, balance is something that is often taken for granted. However, for seniors having good balance is something that often fades over the years. It is possible to reverse the course with exercises to help seniors restore their balance and confidence.

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Aging Parents and Depression

Aging Parents and Depression

The number of seniors who experience depression ranges in the millions. The issue of aging parents and depression goes hand-in-hand for many and often goes undiagnosed. A cranky senior may be one suffering from the effects of depression. The signs of irritation, loss of appetite, worrying about dying, and sadness often go unnoticed or are misdiagnosed for seniors.

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Happy Easter and Joyous Passover

Happy Easter and Joyous Passover

Wishing all our clients, friends and supporters a very happy Passover and/or a happy Easter! If you celebrate either holiday (or both), may it be filled with hope – and may your celebrations with family and friends be filled with joy.

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Spring Health Tips for Seniors

Spring Health Tips for Seniors

Coming out from a long, cold winter brings feelings of joy and renewal when spring arrives. This is especially true for seniors who may use this time to take steps to improve their health and wellbeing. Whether you live at home or in a senior community, what follows are some spring health tips for seniors that can provide a little more energy, focus, and joy to your days.

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Tips for a Healthier Body if you are 65+

The good news for those over 65 is that it’s never too late to make positive changes to your body. Whether you move a little slower, need to lose weight, or improve muscle tone, there are simple exercises and diets that will help you get a healthier body.

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