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Elderly People Do for Fun

What Do Elderly People Do for Fun?

Most healthy older people enjoy active activities that include walking, jogging, playing sports, and gardening. Also, aging people love karaoke, dancing, parties, and other social gatherings. Socializing is a great way to bring more fun into an elderly person’s life.…
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Hobbies for Seniors

What Are Some Hobbies for Seniors?

Once people retire, they have more time to explore new hobbies. Hobbies such as gardening, painting, or knitting allow you to explore your creative side while having fun and socializing with other seniors. Coloring Creative activities have many health benefits.…
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  Old Age Pass Time

How Do You Pass Time in Old Age?

As we age, our mobility may become more limited due to illnesses or/and injuries. Injuries and health concerns may make the usual activities and hobbies difficult or impossible. However, limited mobility still doesn’t mean that you have to withdraw from…
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How To Motivate Seniors to Participate in Activities

Studies show that lifestyle factors significantly contribute to overall wellbeing as we get older. Staying active can help people stay healthy as they age. Day to day habits such as regular physical activity, cognitive training, and social engagement is believed…
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The Top 11 Biggest Fears Seniors Have as They Get Old

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No one can escape the natural process of growing old. However, the fears that go hand in hand with getting old are common among people around the world regardless of their gender, culture, professional background, or social status.  For most…
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What to Do When Alzheimer’s Patients Remember

What To Do When Alzheimer’s Patients Remember When an Alzheimer’s patients begins to remember, those memories should not be ignored or suppressed. Instead, help them through remembering or reminiscing. Alzheimer’s is a condition that affects the memory of an individual.…
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What Caregivers Do for Elderly
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What Is Alzheimer’s Disease

What Is Alzheimer’s Disease? We all know that it is normal for people to become a bit forgetful as they get older. However, in some cases and at some point in some people’s lives, there is a disease related to…
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What Іs Rheumatoid Arthritis

What Is Rheumatoid Arthritis? Rheumatoid аrthrіtіѕ is a tуре of іnflаmmаtоrу dіѕеаѕе. Nоrmаllу, it саuѕеѕ intense раіn аnd lоѕѕ оf motion іn thе particular jоіnt іt сhооѕеѕ tо аttасk. In rhеumаtоіd аrthrіtіѕ, the immune ѕуѕtеm рlауѕ a big role іn…
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Arizona Elder Care Is Imperative
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Arizona Elder Care Is Imperative

Arizona Elder Care Is Imperative for Families With Aging Loved Ones Providing care for aging or ailing loved ones can be a full-time job. In many cases, families just don’t have the resources to ably provide for those who can…
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Vision Problem a Sign of Alzheimer
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Vision Problems & Alzheimer’s Disease

Vision Problems Leading To Alzheimer’s Disease The changes that come along with aging are something that most family caregivers expect when caring for their aging adult. You might expect that your elder will experience some changes in their senses, particularly…
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Devoted Guardians'
Response to COVID-19

Devoted Guardians is actively monitoring the progression of the coronavirus, COVID-19, to ensure that we have the most accurate and latest information on the threat of the virus. As you know, this situation continues to develop rapidly as new cases are identified in our communities and our protocols will be adjusted as needed.

While most cases of COVID-19 are mild, causing only fever and cough, a very small percentage of cases become severe and may progress particularly in the elderly and people with underlying medical conditions. Because this is the primary population that Devoted Guardians serves, we understand your concerns and want to share with you how our organization is responding to the threat of COVID-19.

We are following updates and procedures from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) State Department of Health, local and county authorities, the Home Care Association of America and other agencies and resources. Our response and plans may adjust according to the recommendations from these organizations.