Protect Seniors from Fraud
The Home Instead Senior Care® network is arming seniors and family caregivers with nutrition resources for healthy aging.
So how do you know if your senior's diet fits the bill? These 10 warning signs are red flags that may signal a potential problem.
Family caregivers are feeling the heat in the kitchen in more ways than one. Home Instead Senior Care® research reveals that caring for an older person who has three or more nutritional risk factors is tied to increased stress levels.
Before seniors and their family caregivers think about the types of healthy meals they need to prepare, they must first overcome the obstacles of shopping. Here are some tips to help make a caregiver's next trip to the grocery store a successful one.
They may seem like common staples for any healthy diet, but the following 12 foods hold special nutritional value for seniors. These items are also versatile enough to be used in a variety of recipes.
Variety is truly the spice of life. To keep their daily menus interesting, and healthy, seniors will want to mix up their food choices—particularly within each food group—every day. Check out these delectable and nutritious recipes from the Duke Diet and Fitness Center made with the 12 Staples that Seniors Shouldn't Live Without.
Even with the best of intentions and planning, seniors who are without companionship and assistance at home may jeopardize their own good health or recovery from an illness or surgery.
Home Instead Senior Care's Cooking Under Pressuresm public education campaign was created to provide families with the resources they need to help older loved ones with the planning and preparation of nutritious meals.
The internet is often a good place to begin looking for help with senior-care issues. Here are a few resources you may find useful.
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