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Four Potential Solutions When Your Senior Resists Help

Resisting outside help is extremely common for aging family members. Your elderly family member might see this as a failing on her part, even though it isn’t about that at all. When your senior continues to resist the idea of bringing in help, you might need to try one or more of these ideas. Offer…

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Causes and Treatments of Glaucoma in Elderly Adults

Glaucoma causes more vision loss in aging adults than almost any other eye disease, and it’s quite common in seniors over the age of 60. Family caregivers with an elderly relative who has glaucoma should learn as much as they can about the disease, so they can provide better support and assist in the treatments.…

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What to Do When You Think Your Senior Might Need Help

If you’re starting to suspect that your senior needs a little more help, you’re probably right. The best thing to do is to start looking into solutions now rather than later and these tips can help. Get a Fuller Picture of What Your Senior Needs When your elderly family member first starts to need help,…

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GoldenCare Shares A Heartfelt Thank You Note!

Client Testimonial… Hello LadiesA beautiful bouquet of flowers were just delivered from the best ladies around! How did you know I LOVE white flowers :)Thank you again for attending my Mom’s little celebration on Saturday night. It was so nice to have you there to laugh and for your support.Hope we can keep in touch…

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How Can I Tell if I am Over-stressed?

If you are a full-time caregiver for your elderly relative, you could be dealing with chronic stress but not recognize it. If left undiagnosed and untreated, chronic stress can have a detrimental effect on your health and well-being. The first step toward preserving your health is recognizing the symptoms of chronic stress, and then developing…

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GoldenCare's Employee of the Month – December 2018

Rhonda Marlin With over 11 years caregiving experience, Rhonda has provided excellent care for GoldenCare since September 2018. She is always willing to take on additional shifts and provides diligent and loyal care to new and existing clients. Rhonda’s caring and compassion is evident as she has been a volunteer for the LEAP to Confidence…

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GoldenCare's Employee of the Month – November 2018

Jenee Lucia Jenee joined GoldenCare in July 2018 – and has been a favored Caregiver to all her GoldenCare clients – delivering kind, compassionate care – always with a smile! She said recently that with GoldenCare – she finally found her calling! Jenee has been extremely helpful serving our clients and taking on many additional…

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5 Signs of Holiday Depression in Aging Relatives

It may seem impossible for anyone to be depressed around the holidays, but the truth is that it is quite common. Elderly adults are especially prone to holiday depression that can last long after the parties and celebrations are through. Because of the emphasis on loved ones, seniors may re-live feelings of grief for loved…

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My Aging Parent Can No Longer Live Alone

Do you have an elderly relative that you worry about? Is it obvious to you and others that they can no longer live independently? For many family caregivers like you, it’s a time of decision as you figure out what your aging loved one wants and what is best for them. Most elderly adults don’t…

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