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Lack of Personal Hygiene Can Signal Mom Needs Help

Does mom refuse to buy new clothes and insist on wearing stained, torn and well-worn clothing? Or, does she wear the same clothes for two, three or more days in a row? Changes in personal hygiene can be one of the warning signs that mom needs more help in her daily life.

Older family members may refuse to buy new clothing or wear the same clothes for several days for a variety of reasons. However, there are some solutions.

  1. Depression.
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Is Your Aging Father Difficult?

Dad may be a senior citizen now but think about all the things we thought about our dads growing up. Some made him a hero:

  • He
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5 Tips to Encourage Fire Safety for Seniors

We may remember hearing the stories about how, as children, Mom or Dad lived in homes that were heated primarily by wood or coal stoves and maybe a few space heaters to knock off the chill in upstairs bedrooms. Now that they are aging and you see they are getting a little forgetful or careless, you are, no doubt, glad that their home is heated with a furnace instead of logs or coal.