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Category Archives: Senior Care

Spring Safety Tips for Your Senior Loved Ones

Make sure to take a fresh look at your senior loved ones’ homes this spring! Hazards add up as the years go by and can increase your family members’ risk of accidents and falls. So, our experienced team at Magnolia Home Care Service recommends that you perform regular home safety check-ups to help your aging … Continue reading

Important Grocery Shopping Tips for Seniors (Part Two)

At Magnolia Home Care Service, we believe that proper nutrition is important at any age, but this is particularly true for seniors. Making the right choices when it comes to your dietary consumption is vital since your bodies change and learn to require different nutrients as you get older. So, we are providing you with … Continue reading

Important Grocery Shopping Tips for Seniors

Eating healthily is crucial to living long and fruitful lives. Without getting proper nutrition, a person could put themselves at greater risk of developing infections and chronic diseases. However, making the right food choices can be difficult in this fast-changing world. Most of the time, processed food may seem like a better choice since they … Continue reading

The Dangers of Sleeping Medications for Seniors

It is common knowledge that getting solid zzz’s plays a critical role in warding off illnesses, staying healthy, and improving learning. However, as a person gets older, they will most likely experience bodily changes that may interfere with the quality of sleep that they get. These bodily changes oftentimes become more pronounced in their later … Continue reading

What to Do If Senior Relatives Take Medicines That Increase Falls

By now, you may have already read in our previous blog article the three classifications of prescriptions that you should review in order to reduce the risks of your senior family members suffering from injuries caused by falls or slips. And if you did discover that your loved ones are taking these medications, you may … Continue reading