How to Promote Healthy Aging for Seniors

Living a Healthy Lifestyle as you Age September is Healthy Aging month, so we’re providing healthy aging tips for seniors. As we age it can be difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle, but even as we age, it’s possible to stay active, eat healthy, and keep mentally strong. Healthy aging can also help prevent postpone […]

How Thyroid Disease Can Affect Seniors’ Quality of Life

What Seniors Need to Know About Hypothyroidism Many seniors associate feelings of fatigue, depression, and weakness with the normal aging process. Apart from a medical condition, however, such symptoms don’t have to be associated with growing older. In fact, they may be pointing to a common, but often undiagnosed condition known as hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism occurs […]

Newsletter – January 2009

In This Issue: Watch Out for That Bed! Top 10 Signs You Have Too Much Stress In Your Life Diabetes: Take Control! Make Those Appliances Work For You! Googling Makes You Think Boot Camp For Your Brain Greetings From A Servant’s Heart Care Solutions! For many, January is a time to start fresh. January offers […]

Certified Professional Geriatric Care Managers In San Marcos

When you go to the doctor, you expect to see multiple diplomas on the doctor’s office wall, attesting that the doctor has been thoroughly trained as a physician. But it’s not that simple when it comes to professional Geriatric Care Managers.   In San Marcos and elsewhere, families  need assistance with a variety of elder […]

In-home Caregiver in Encinitas: Seniors Can be Strong

The In-home Caregiver in Encinitas Gives Tips on Retaining Physical Strength The average senior, family member, and in-home caregiver in Encinitas has become accustomed to the fact that elderly people become “frail.” Their muscles lose strength and endurance; their bones become weaker and more brittle; and the general speed of their activity slows down. Some […]

Many Hospital Readmissions Are Preventable

Patients are often discharged from the hospital without the skills or resources to care for themselves at home. They might misunderstand medication or diet instructions or might not have a primary care provider to follow-up with after discharge. Programs that have patients demonstrate their ability to carry out instructions prior to discharge can help identify […]