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Are you providing senior care services to a loved one? We can help you

October 26, 2018

Country Meadows

One in six American adults—more than 40 million people—are family caregivers. Most provide unpaid senior care services—shopping, cooking, transportation, housework, bathing and dressing—for adults age 65 and over. The older adults receiving care may feel loved and comforted, but what does it mean for caregivers? While caregiving is a unifying experience for some families, the … Continue reading “Are you providing senior care services to a loved one? We can help you”

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November is Family Caregivers Month—our new guide helps caregivers with care for themselves too

November 30, 2017

Country Meadows

More than 40 million Americans provide unpaid care for family members or friends age 65 and over. This can be difficult for anyone, but especially so for those who also work full time. The dual responsibilities often conflict, causing employed caregivers to miss an average of seven hours of work weekly. According to a 2017 … Continue reading “November is Family Caregivers Month—our new guide helps caregivers with care for themselves too”

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Maintain a sense of balance, whether at home or at a retirement community

October 26, 2017

Country Meadows

One in seven adults regularly experiences imbalance or dizziness, which becomes more common with increased age. Good balance is necessary for good health, because it prevents us from injuries we could suffer if we fall. Following prevention strategies and seeking medical help when needed can help balance-challenged seniors stay safe, walk on their own and … Continue reading “Maintain a sense of balance, whether at home or at a retirement community”

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Seniors can breathe easier with supportive, trained staff at senior communities

October 10, 2017

Country Meadows

About one in seven older U.S. Americans has a lung disorder such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Breathing difficulties can make everyday physical activities, such as walking up a flight of stairs, difficult for some seniors. Pulmonary challenges can arise from changes in lung tissue, the nervous … Continue reading “Seniors can breathe easier with supportive, trained staff at senior communities”

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Why should you plan ahead for a retirement home?

December 1, 2014

Country Meadows

These days, it seems like everyone is talking about the concept of “aging in place.” The baby boom generation is approaching the age at which they will likely require retirement home or senior living services, but this generation wants to remain at home as long as possible. Aging in place can have different meanings to … Continue reading “Why should you plan ahead for a retirement home?”

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