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Age Care – Memory Loss and Aging

Posted by on Apr 15, 2019 in agecare | 0 comments

With aging there are inevitable brain changes, however it is important to understand the difference between normal age related forgetfulness and symptoms which points towards cognitive problems. Signs of memory loss would mean that your loved one needs assisted living with age care. Memory care requires skilled staff for patients with Alzheimer’s or, dementia. Residents in a low care facility are encouraged to be independent and the age care facility offers social activities to make life better. While memory care can be expensive one can choose respite care which may be low cost or...

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Age Care – Planning for Senior Care

Posted by on Dec 5, 2018 in aged care Sydney, Uncategorized | 0 comments

People need to accept that growing old is a fact of life and hence need for a healthy and active lifestyle as one ages should be a priority. Living longer due to advances in medicine and healthcare means planning for the future is more vital than ever. People need to start planning for Senior Age care  so that they can choose the type of lifestyle they plan to lead. Preparing for senior age care is more than just the financial part, although it is important to consider options based on your budget. Planning for the future while one is still in good health will allow them time to learn about...

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Age Care – Age Proofing The Streets And Roads

Posted by on Jul 25, 2018 in agecare | 0 comments

As the world confronts an ageing population, governments need to ensure improvements in infrastructure to allow high quality age care. Governments must think of ways to make the surroundings more compatible with ageing communities. The vast majority of roads and streets are not prepared yet. The age of the population is shifting because baby boomers are retiring rapidly. Proper investments are necessary to make cities safe and compatible for senior citizens. According to the World Health Organization, the number of people over the age of 60 would double between 2015 and 2050. This would mean...

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