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Let’s Learn How to Cope with Caregiver Fatigue, Stress and Avoid Burnouts

Many people feel that taking care of their elderly loved ones is one of life’s most rewarding experiences. After all, giving back to someone who’s had a profound impact on our lives is both an honor and a duty. However, caregiving can be just as exhausting as it is rewarding,…

Caring for Dementia and Alzheimer’s Patients During COVID-19

The recent pandemic has undoubtedly been one of the biggest challenges faced by our community. Far and wide, people struggled to maintain their physical, mental, and financial health while the coronavirus continued to spread around the globe. Although COVID-19 restrictions are starting to lift in Philadelphia and the surrounding communities,…

Project Thank You – Simple Acts of Encouragement & Gratitude

National Safety Month

June is National Safety Month, with this year’s message “focusing on reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road and in our homes and communities.”[1] This year, the National Safety Council’s highlighted topics are Hazard Recognition, Slips, Trips, and Falls, Fatigue and Impairment. It’s critical to…

How Pets Benefit Us in Our Old Age

Recent studies have indicated exactly how beneficial pets can be to people of all ages, with particular focus given to how growing up from a young age with a furry companion really helps the development of children. However, the benefits last right up until our old age and there’s plenty…

How Technology is Changing The Way We Age

Aging Stereotypes

Aging is something that happens to almost everyone, but there are still many myths and stereotypes that surround this phenomenon. Here at Sarah Care, we want to dispel some of these myths to give you a clearer idea of the truth behind aging! You can’t teach an old dog new…

Aging Parents Living Alone: The Health Risks Of Isolation

The Future of Caregiving, The Invisible Profession

Healthy Heart Habits for Seniors

Many people believe heart issues are just an inevitable part of growing old, but this does not need to be the case! There are lots of life-changing techniques that can lower your risk of heart disease, and help you keep your cardiovascular health in tip-top shape. Exercise: Many people think…
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