Month: December 2018

Fire Prevention Tips – Make Sure Your Parents Know These

Each year, fires occur in thousands of homes and businesses. When a fire breaks out, fast action is needed to evacuate a burning building and avoid smoke inhalation. Talk about fire safety with your elderly…

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Happy Holidays

Sending warm wishes from our house to yours May this beautiful season bring you love, joy, peace, and health And may each new day bring you moments to cherish! From all of us at Seniors…

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Caregiver of the Year

It is with great pleasure I get the honor of announcing our 2nd annual recipient of the “Memaw Award”, recognizing our Caregiver of the Year, Melissa Pritzlaff. The award is named after my grandmother, who…

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Five Tips for When Your Senior Doesn’t Want Help

Refusing extra help is something that almost every aging adult goes through at some point. When your elderly family member doesn’t want extra help from you or from other people, these tips can get you…

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Andy Malivuk 20 Dec 2018

GEM Alert!

Ray, Gerianne and Linda, thank you for the incredible service you provide our clients. I’m honored and blessed to support your service. We all see God’s works through your hands. Here are our recent GEM’s…

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Holiday Gift Giving for Seniors

Trying to find that perfect gift can be difficult.  Especially when the gift is for someone who has everything they need.  Another bottle of perfume?  Slippers?  What can they truly use?  We’ve all been there.  …

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Is Your Senior Okay on Her Own if She Has Dementia?

Very often seniors in the earlier stages of dementia don’t appreciate the feeling that they can’t be left on their own. This desire for independence is understandable, but it can be dangerous for your elderly…

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What Happens at the Hospital After a Stroke?

When an older adult has a stroke, they need immediate medical attention to save their life and minimize damage done by the stroke. The time spent in the hospital can be confusing. There’s a lot…

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Caring for Early Stage Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease progresses over time. Some signs of early stage Alzheimer’s are: memory loss, difficulty learning new things, difficulty handling problems and difficulty following conversations. A person in the early stages of the disease is…

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