Monthly Archives: June 2013

EZ Mornings Tool Pak, Only $38.95

Making Mornings Easier with the Tool Pak!

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Getting dressed is a routine task – until it takes too long to button a shirt or it’s too painful to put on a shoe. Getting dressed in the morning can become more of a challenge due to a health condition, like arthritis or Parkinsons.  The dexterity of our fingers and extremities lessons as we age or [...]

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The Valued Caregiver and Success in your Role

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With technology advancements and more educational resources about sustainable life on the rise, our potential life expectancy seems to increase everyday. However this also purposes many problems with how to live at that age when everyday life and tasks start becoming more and more difficult. The ideal situation is that elderly people get to stay in [...]


Rheumatoid Arthritis- A Diet Change Could Be the Answer

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Rheumatoid Arthritis is a common problem amongst many Americans, and with hundreds of purposed medications and solutions out there, how do you know which one is the best for you? Or for that matter, how do you know the real cause of the problem itself? Sometimes it’s not the medications we put into our body [...]


Ease Back Pain at Home

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When you are on your feet day in and day out, you can put serious strain on your lower back.  Caring for someone keeps you active and on a very busy schedule.  You need back pain relief that can work with you and daily commitments!  That’s why this new product from Hollywog is what you [...]


Reach Safely!

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  As people age their balance can be compromised. Simple tasks like grabbing the remote control or picking up a dropped pen, can put people at risk for dangerous falls.  Adding two to three feet to one’s reach can help reduce injury from falls or strain. Reachers are extremely versatile. They can be used to pick [...]


Choosing Activities For Those Suffering From Alzheimer’s

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Just because a loved one is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease does not mean that they have to give up the activities they once enjoyed.  It is common for a person with Alzheimer’s to try and separate themselves from activities they once engaged in.  As a caregiver, it’s important that your loved one stay engaged in [...]


Coping with Hallucinations Due to Parkinson’s

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Parkinson’s Disease affects the brain in more ways than loosing muscle control. Sometimes a loved one with Parkinson’s can experience detailed hallucinations due to the changes in their brain. These hallucinations can affect any and all of the senses. They could see people, animals or creatures around them; they could taste something in their mouth [...]