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Senior Care in Focus: Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month

Apr 16, 2015 by Comfort Keepers of Pleasanton

April is Women’s Eye Health and Safety Month and there are plenty of reasons why it’s so important to focus on eye health for people of all ages, but especially the elderly. Read Article

Last Chance to RSVP for Dementia Seminar Featuring Laura Wayman in Danville, CA

Apr 14, 2015 by Comfort Keepers of Pleasanton

Comfort Keepers is honored to host national memory loss expert - Laura Wayman, The Dementia Whisperer - at the Danville Senior Center on April 21st. Laura Wayman highly respected author, trainer, keynote speaker and a dedicated Gerontologist. Read Article

Let's Plant A Garden: Enjoying a Shared Hobby with Your Senior Loved One

Apr 8, 2015 by Comfort Keepers of Pleasanton

Gardening is popular for millions of people across the United States and around the world. For somebody who relies on elder care, it is still possible to garden, as long as they get the right level of support and assistance they need, depending on their physical capabilities. Read Article

How Three Families Care for a Family Member with Alzheimer’s Disease

Apr 6, 2015 by Comfort Keepers of Pleasanton

Holidays are a time when many of us visit our loved ones and connect with family we don’t see every day. While often a happy occasion, sometimes those holiday visits can be eye opening, seeing and hearing what your family members are going through caring for someone who is aging or going through health problems. Read Article

How to Combat the Stress of Family Caregiving

Apr 2, 2015 by Comfort Keepers of Pleasanton

On that Monday morning when Karen left home and was heading to her aging mother’s house to check on her before heading to her regular, full-time job, she didn’t really know what to expect. She knew her mother needed some type of care at home, and while other family members seemed to disappear into the background, she didn’t want her mother struggling and being unsafe. Read Article

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