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Housekeeping, The Key to Comfort and Security for Seniors

As we age, we know frequent visits to our primary care physician, a well-balanced diet, and regular exercise are important for keeping a high quality of life. However, what many don’t know is the value of having a clean home for aging adults. Studi...

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How to Care for Dementia Patients at Home

Caring for a loved one with dementia is no small task. It requires a great deal of patience, knowledge, and attention. Due to the cognitive and behavioral changes the disease creates, it’s common for those with dementia to resist care, but we’re ...

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3 Tips to Get Picky Seniors to Eat

Loss of appetite is common among seniors for a number of reasons. Basic care like eating enough and drinking water are essential for optimal health for your loved ones. Here’s our top three tips to get even the pickiest of eaters to munch on someth...

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Subtle Signs That Your Loved One May Need Personal Care

Recognizing changes in your senior loved one’s physical and mental state can be tricky. You may not always notice when your loved ones is struggling with daily tasks. We at Christ Home Care keep this checklist to help spot some warning signs. These...

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The Best Ways to Support a Loved One with Dementia

It is important to stay connected to your loved one living with dementia, especially during this pandemic. Supporting them makes a positive difference in helping them overcome isolation and loneliness. Here are some creative tips to help you sustain ...

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How to Get Your Alzheimer’s Patient to Eat

One of the most important tasks your Caregiver in Tennessee has when it comes to caring for your loved one in the late stages of dementia is monitoring their food intake. As elderly people become less active, they require less food. However, someone ...

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