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Tag Archives: Senior Assistance

Ways to Lower Your Bad Cholesterol

An abundance of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, or bad cholesterol, can lead to a high risk of heart disease and attacks. For seniors, eating a balanced and nutritious diet can help mitigate the risk of increasing their LDL. Our nursing service in Texas would like to share in this blog some tips on how you … Continue reading

Around-the-Clock Care Services for Seniors

Each one of us for sure has an elderly loved one to think about. When our elderly loved ones choose to age independently in their homes, it’s normal to constantly worry about them. But with the services of Caridad Healthcare, Inc. your loved ones will be well taken care of in the comforts of their … Continue reading

Home Health Care Services

It is difficult to accept that most of us, as we grow older, will need some type of care assistance. You may be used to doing things on your own, but in the end, a little help from family members and even caregivers should be welcomed. Most seniors would want to age in their homes … Continue reading

Resources for Seniors Facing Food Instability

According to “The State of Senior Hunger in America in 2018” report, 5.3 million seniors, or 7.3% of the senior population, were food insecure in 2018. These rates have lowered in recent years but are still higher than pre-recession levels in 2007. Why Are Seniors Struggling with Food Instability? Although reasons may vary from case-to-case, … Continue reading

The Advantages of Getting Hospice Care for Your Loved One

We all feel the burden of a terminal illness diagnosis, even if we’re not the patient. Hospice care is a health service provided to both the patient and their family to help them through tough times. A responsible hospice care team gives physical, emotional, spiritual, and practical support to make sure that the patient’s goals … Continue reading

Long-Term Diabetes Complications with the Eye

Diabetic retinopathy is one of the leading causes of visual disability. Significant vision loss is rarely evident in the first five years of insulin-dependent diabetes. However, over the following two decades, most of the people with diabetes develop vision changes. Up to 20% of non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus patients may be found to have retina impairment … Continue reading