Nov 30, 2016 by David YeomansAs we age, a lot of factors conspire to inhibit our desire and ability to eat healthy. Our tastes changes, our sense of smell changes and our abilities, physical stamina and interests change as well. Combined, these make preparing a healthy meal at home a challenge. There are some easy to make modifications that you can do to make your senior’s kitchen safer and easier to cook in. Read Article
Nov 15, 2016 by David YeomansAs Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) progresses, there are several early warning signs to watch for in your senior loved ones. As we age, two of the most recognizable signs literally involve walking and talking. Diagnosis AD early gives you the opportunity to purse a treatment plan and allows you the chance to plan for the future. Read Article
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