Complete Care at Home Blog

Avoid Senior Loneliness with These Socialization Tips

It’s instinctive to many of us to know that socializing with others boosts well-being. It keeps us connected to other people’s experiences, beliefs, challenges, humor, points of views, and various other human occurrences. However, now scientific studies are verifying that interacting socially with others and avoiding senior loneliness and isolation

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MyPlate for Older Adults can help aging individuals stay on track with a healthy senior diet.

How to Identify the Nutritional Needs of a Healthy Senior Diet

It’s no secret that a healthy senior diet is essential for a healthy body. What many people don’t recognize, however, is that nutritional needs for adults change as we get older. Nutritional specialists at Tufts University have developed the MyPlate system, which is a more advanced version of the earlier

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When it comes to managing heart disease medications, a little organization and planning goes a long way.

Expert Recommendations for Managing Heart Disease Medications

If you’re managing heart disease medications, you know it is crucial to take them just as prescribed. But what exactly does that mean? Here are some helpful recommendations from Complete Care at Home that can help you get the most from your meds: Be aware of which meds you’re taking.

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senior with copd enjoying fresh air

COPD and Indoor Air Quality: How to Improve Your Home

Loved ones providing COPD care for an older loved one know that outdoor air pollution can make symptoms worse. But, did you realize that COPD and poor indoor air quality also are a bad combination and may intensify COPD symptoms? Cleaning the air inside the senior’s home can help those

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Elder Care

When Providing Elder Care, Try These Ideas to Brighten the Day

An incredible number of individuals nationwide are finding themselves in a position of providing elder care for an older family member, and while being a family caregiver is very fulfilling in many ways, the everyday duties involved with senior care can become tedious for both the caregiver and the care

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