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Is Your Parent Telling Their Doctor Everything They Need to Know?

Dec 27, 2014 by Comfort Keepers of Pleasanton

Children of aging parents may notice a profound change in the behavior of their loved one during a visit to the doctor. While a senior may be rude, irritable, and suffer serious lapses in memory at home, many seniors may seem like different people when they visit their physician. How can this be? Read Article

Life Organization Strategies to Live By!

Dec 20, 2014 by Comfort Keepers of Pleasanton

Who doesn’t like to feel organized? While the answer to that question may be no one, there are still people out there (maybe that’s you) who struggle to get, and more importantly, stay, organized. Read Article

Is it Time for Home Care for Mom? Common Questions and Concerns.

Dec 12, 2014 by Comfort Keepers of Pleasanton

When is the right time to start providing in-home care for a loved one who is aging? Most family members find that the onset of disease, serious changes in health, and obvious effects of aging like memory loss, are normal signs that your elderly loved one may be in need of some assistance. Read Article

Seniors and Kitchen Safety for the Holiday Season: Tips for the “Heart of the Home”

Dec 11, 2014 by Comfort Keepers of Pleasanton

The kitchen has long been considered a central gathering place in the home. But it’s also a place where people often prepare meals alone. When it comes to senior adults and kitchen safety, the numbers don’t lie: Read Article

How Caregivers Can Help Prevent Senior Falls

Dec 4, 2014 by Comfort Keepers of Pleasanton

Slipping and falling is one of the biggest risks facing adults 65 and older today. Nearly 1 in 3 seniors aged 65 and older will fall in a given year. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there is no other injury more common for seniors than slipping and falling. Read Article

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