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Senior Care in Pennsylvania: As your elderly loved one ages, her activities of daily living are likely to undergo some changes. The more quickly you can spot these changes, the more quickly you can get her the help that she needs.

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Senior Care in Pennsylvania: During the summer, your senior loved one will likely be spending a lot of time outdoors. Activities such as gardening, riding bikes, golfing, and walking are great summertime activities that many seniors enjoy. However, there are bound to be a few very hot days every summer when the heat index is high.

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Senior Care in Pennsylvania Hosted by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), National Physical Therapy month takes place each October to recognize those in the physical therapy professional and all they do for people from all walks of life. While physical therapists work with people of all ages and with all types of disorders and issues,…

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Senior Care in Pennsylvania If vitamin D deficiency occurs, it can have serious consequences for seniors. Ensuring that enough vitamin D is received from sunlight and supplements in a senior’s diet can help to prevent high blood pressure, autoimmune disorders, fractures, falls, and a number of cancers. Read on to learn more about Vitamin D and its…

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Senior Care in Pennsylvania Planning on taking a trip, Nancy really didn’t plan ahead. She was 83 years old, required a walker to get around for the most part, and relied on family members and friends to help out with certain home maintenance projects from time to time. She decided on visiting her younger sister…

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