Is Your Loved One S.A.D?

Is Your Loved One S.A.D?

The change in seasons from fall to winter brings shorter days and less sunlight, which can lead to seasonal affective disorder (SAD) in older adults and others. SAD is a cyclical form of depression that typically starts in the late fall and...

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Daylight Saving Challenges for Seniors

Daylight Saving Challenges for Seniors

Daylight Saving is right around the corner! On November 5th, we’ll be “falling back” one hour. While some are happy to have this extra hour of sleep, this time change can present a few challenges for our aging citizens. From altered sleep...

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How to be a long-distance caregiver

You live in California and your aging parent lives in New Hampshire. Regular check-ins and occasional cross-country visits have been fine up until now, but your parent is getting older, their health may be failing and you’re getting concerned...

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