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How Your Attitude Affects Your Mind And the Body


In the late 1970s, researchers did a fascinating study. They took eight men in their 70s for a five day stay at a retreat in New Hampshire. The men

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7 warning signs your loved one needs help

how-do-i-know-my-loved-one-needs-helpAging family members often want to hold onto their independence. Plus, the desire to remain in their home for as long as they can becomes more prevalent as they age. In fact, according to a recent AARP study, 92% of seniors aged 65 to 74 and 95% of those age 75+ want to remain in their home as long as possible.

As our loved ones age, they can undergo several physical and psychological changes that can make us wonder if they are still able to care for themselves. However, these changes may be difficult to detect, especially if you live far away. We can

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Long Distance Care Giving

Because our Keeping In Touch Solutions staff is committed to helping families with safety concerns and quality of life issues for seniors, we understand the needs you have and the needs of your aging loved ones. We understand that few aging adults want to leave their homes. We also understand your feelings as a long distance caregiver.