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Gentle Yoga: Yoga for Seniors

05/19/2017
Even our elderly clients can do yoga! Discover yoga for seniors that can help your loved ones stretch out, relax, and reduce stress.

How Horticultural Therapy Can Help a Senior with Alzheimer's

05/12/2017
Horticultural therapy can help seniors remember activities they used to do in the past. Learn more about gardening for Alzheimer patients.

Caregivers Myth: Caregivers Won’t Need Care

05/08/2017
Caregiver self care is just as much a priority as the care of a disabled loved one. Learn the dangers of neglecting your own well being.

Understanding the Signs and Symptoms of Arthritis

04/21/2017
Arthritis can cause permanent joint pain. Learn how to track your arthritis progress and prevent it from doing permanent harm.

Benefits of Annex Programs

04/14/2017
Activities for the elderly have many social and emotional benefits, which shows how annex programs are beneficial to anyone in an adult care center.

Caregiving Myths: Caregiving is All Work

03/31/2017
When society talks about assisting disabled and/or elderly family members, they often skip over the benefits of caregiving. Discover them here.

Local Spring Activities for Disabled Loved Ones

03/24/2017
Things are finally warming up in Las Vegas. Step into the sun for some fun! Try some of these local spring activities with your disabled loved ones.

How to Know when Elderly Family Members Need Care

03/17/2017
Don’t be worried if you spot these signs in your loved one; care for the elderly doesn’t mean nursing homes thanks to adult day care centers.

March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month

03/09/2017
You might be seeing green this month, and it has a lot more to do with health than leprechauns. March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month.

Caregiver Myth Busted: Caregivers Don't Need Support

03/03/2017
Caregiver support is still a taboo subject in the family care realm but it shouldn’t. Caregivers burn themselves out by trying to do it all.