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Oil for Senior Dementia Treatment
Oil for Senior Dementia Treatment
By Angie Kunnath, 9:00 am on July 24, 2015

If you have an elderly loved one with dementia, you may be looking for ways to help reduce his or her symptoms. For many seniors, natural approaches are an effective way to help relieve or diminish some symptoms. To help you better understand your loved one’s treatment options, the Waterloo senior care experts at Home Care Assistance have come up…

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Easily Identifiable Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease
Easily Identifiable Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease
By Angie Kunnath, 9:00 am on July 17, 2015

If you are a family caregiver for a senior loved one, being aware of age-related conditions can help you spot symptoms early on. For diseases like Parkinson’s, early treatment is critical for slowing the progression of certain symptoms. Presented by Home Care Assistance, a leading provider of senior home care in Waterloo, here are five common signs of Parkinson’s disease…

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Common Stroke Symptoms for Seniors
Common Stroke Symptoms for Seniors
By Angie Kunnath, 9:00 am on July 10, 2015

Stroke victims that are treated within 90 minutes of the onset of stroke symptoms have the highest rate of recovery and show the most improvement in the months following. Because every minute counts when it comes to these medical emergencies, families should understand some of the most common stroke symptoms. Presented by Waterloo Home Care Assistance, here are 4 stroke…

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Reasons for Home Care
Reasons for Home Care
By Angie Kunnath, 9:00 am on July 3, 2015

Once you’ve decided that your elderly loved one can no longer continue living alone, the next step is investigate his or her care options. Senior home care in Waterloo is one of the most popular options for families looking for elderly care. To help understand why home care is a popular choice for families in Waterloo, check out a few…

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Benefits of Facebook for Seniors
Benefits of Facebook for Seniors
By Angie Kunnath, 8:00 am on June 26, 2015

While some seniors are more tech-savvy than others, most are not familiar with the social media platform, Facebook. However, the website, which allows users to create a personal profile, as well as connect and share their thoughts, images, and more with friends and family, may be a fun and beneficial way for seniors to get involved in the digital age….

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