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Ways to Reduce Stress for Older Adults

It’s no surprise that in the last few weeks, many people have been experiencing increased levels of stress due to the Coronavirus and the way it’s changed our daily lives. For older adults, stress can have a traumatic effect on the body and mind. In

Avoiding Phishing Scams During COVID-19

As the death and infection toll of COVID-19 continues to rise across the nation, scammers are using this as an opportunity to target vulnerable and emotional individuals. While people are distracted with their finances, employment, education, health, and the health of their loved ones, scammers

Staying Engaged During Self-Quarantine

As the impact of COVID-19 continues to be felt around the world, necessary precautions and preventative efforts are being made at our Carespring facilities. While self-quarantine comes with its own special challenges, the good news is that you aren’t alone! Despite the many cancellations, there’s

Senior Living

Finding a senior living facility that not only meets the needs of residents but also makes them feel at home can be a challenge. Your loved ones deserve exceptional care and to feel at ease during this time. Carespring offers the best senior living options

What Seniors Need to Know about Coronavirus

The Coronavirus disease, or COVID-19, has been making headlines since it was reported from Wuhan, China on December 31, 2019. While the coronavirus in general is not new, this particular strand of coronavirus is and has been causing chaos both within the medical community and throughout the

What Do Caregivers Need Most?

Caring for a sick or elderly person is one of the most difficult, honorable things a person can do. When your parents get to the point where they need a little help with daily tasks, their grown children usually either step in to provide caregiver

Nutrient Needs of Older Adults

Eating healthy and living an active lifestyle is important at any age. However, as we get older and our bodies change, so do our nutritional needs. In fact, according to the World Health Organization, “requirements for some nutrients might be reduced, however some data suggests that

Caring for the Caregiver

Whether you’re caring for a spouse, family member, or have been hired to support a senior who needs additional help, care-giving can be challenging no matter the circumstance. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 53% of caregivers have experienced

Most Common Senior Health Concerns

Most Common Senior Health Concerns Now more than ever, research is showing that Americans have great probability of living longer, healthier lives. However, as we age our bodies and minds face many health challenges. It’s always important to stay informed about common health risks and

Celebrating Valentine’s Day with Your Loved One

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, it’s not an uncommon time for seniors to feel a little lonely, especially if they’ve recently lost a loved one or spouse. However, Valentine’s Day can be a great opportunity to celebrate all special relationships. Whether it’s celebrating