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Distance Elder Care: Sending Care Packages to Show Your Love to Your Parents

Jul 30, 2015 by Comfort Keepers of Walnut Creek

Living at a distance from your aging loved ones does not mean that you cannot be an active and loving part of their elder care plan. Whether you are their primary family caregiver, you have hired an elderly health care services provider to give them the daily care and assistance that they need to maintain their physical, mental, and emotional health, or you share your care responsibilities with a sibling that lives closer, you can be a presence in their lives and make a difference in their care. Read Article

Caregiver Recipes: Fruit "Sushi" for a Fresh, Nourishing Treat

Jul 24, 2015 by Comfort Keepers of Walnut Creek

Fruit is a fresh, tasty, and nourishing option for a meal or snack that will give your body what it needs to get through the day while also letting you appease your sweet tooth. While you can easily grab a piece of whole fruit or a prepackaged fruit cup on the way out the door, getting creative with fruit and enjoying unique recipes is a fun way to make your caregiver day more interesting and offer your body a greater variety of nutrients. Read Article

Elder Care Tips: Coping with the Aches and Pains of Aging

Jul 16, 2015 by Comfort Keepers of Walnut Creek

Stiffness and pain are a reality of aging for many elderly adults, but these increased symptoms do not have to stop your aging loved ones from enjoying an active, engaged life. Finding ways to ward off these aches and pains of aging, and help to control them when they do occur, is an essential part of preserving your parents' quality of life. Fortunately there are many ways that you can integrate coping with the stiffness and pain of aging into your regular elder care routine. Read Article

What Type of Caregiver Would You Want if You Needed Home Care?

Jul 9, 2015 by Comfort Keepers of Walnut Creek

One of the ways that you can get a better perspective into the type of care that your parents should have is by asking yourself what type of caregiver and care arrangements you would want if you were in the same situation as your parents. Putting yourself in their shoes enables you to see the situation more clearly and make decisions based on their individuality rather than on what you think is right. Read Article

Senior Care Conveniences: Meal Kit Delivery Services

Jul 3, 2015 by Comfort Keepers of Walnut Creek

One of the ways that you can make giving your seniors a balanced, healthy diet easier and more convenient is with a meal kit delivery service. These services allow you to choose how many meals per week you would like delivered, and then send a box with ingredients and recipes that let you create a fresh, nutritious meal at home. Read Article

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