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Exercise Helps With Memory And Learning

Athletes’ Brains Are Just As Buff As Their Biceps Published May 3, 2017 By Dr. Glen Finney Exercise helps with learning and memory When many people think of impressive brain power, the stereotypical image of a skinny bookworm may come to mind. However, when it comes to building a healthy brain as an adult, new research… Read more »

Keeping You Safe In Your Home

CareGivers America’s Durable Medical Equipment Company is dedicated to providing the equipment you need to remain safely in your home. Let our Friendly staff assist you with the documentation you need from your doctor and work with your insurances to guarantee the fastest results. Free delivery, set-up, and instruction is provided by our trained staff… Read more »

Art Therapy Can Help With Alzheimers

The Value of Art Therapy By Senior Living Link Staff on April 24, 2017 There is little debate that art provides positive benefits for all individuals. In fact, several studies credit art with reducing depression and anxiety, both common symptoms of chronic diseases. Developmental psychologist Erik Erikson claims that older adults who participate in therapeutic… Read more »

CareGivers America Wants To Keep You Home!

Join the Movement! CareGivers America along with the Pennsylvania Homecare Association and many others took action Tuesday in Harrisburg fighting to keep you home! We wanted to make our voices heard and let our lawmakers know everyone deserves to be home. We can make that happen! CareGivers America accompanied the PHA at the state Capitol Tuesday… Read more »

Toddlers Learn Words Better When Getting Messy in a Highchair

Source from Medical News Today Attention, parents: The messier your child gets while playing with food in the high chair, the more he or she is learning. Researchers at the University of Iowa studied how 16-month-old children learn words for nonsolid objects, from oatmeal to glue. Previous research has shown that toddlers learn more readily… Read more »

How the Government Shutdown May Impact You

 Source from: Kim Keister, AARP Only months ago the nation teetered on the “fiscal cliff” until Congress and President Obama reached a deal to stave off calamity. Here we are again. You probably recognize a number of factors in the latest fiscal crisis, which so far hasn’t gotten a clever moniker like “fiscal cliff.” The 3 Major… Read more »

12 Resources Every Caregiver Should Know About

Source from AARP Here’s a list of key resources to help you in your caregiving role Alzheimer’s Association www.alz.org 800-272-3900 Information and support for people with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers. Operates a 24/7 helpline and care navigator tools. Alzheimers.gov www.alzheimers.gov The government’s free information resource about Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. ARCH Respite Network… Read more »

Beware of the Latest Health Law Cons

8 ways to protect yourself from crooks trying to cash in on the health insurance exchanges by Sid Kirchheimer, AARP, September 9, 2013 |With the coming rollout of a major aspect of the Affordable Care Act, the time is ripe for another onslaught of scammers trying to grab your money, personal information and medical records. Ever since the… Read more »