1. Tips for Caregiver Self-Care from Seniors Helping Seniors Fort Collins

    While it’s easy to recognize the things you should do to take care of a senior in your life, it’s more difficult to see that there are steps you should take to ensure that you stay happy and healthy as well. At Seniors Helping Seniors Fort Collins, we remind loved ones that to be a good caregiver, you have to take care of yourself, too. A Self-Care Checklist Here are some ways to tend to your …Read More

  2. Provider of Senior Care in Longmont Says Seniors Can Benefit from Social Media

    When you think of someone who uses social media, the image that comes to mind is probably not that of a senior. However, as a leading provider of senior care in Longmont, we know that older Americans are becoming more comfortable with and interested in social media. And while our caregivers provide welcome companionship, there is much to be said for the ability to see photos and updates from famil…Read More

  3. Loveland Home Care Leader Lists 4 Reasons to Consider a Medication Dispensing System

    As we age, it can become more challenging to stay on top of our everyday tasks. This includes taking medication. For seniors who must adhere to a medication regimen in order to treat one or more chronic conditions and stay healthy, this can be a problem. While our Loveland home care providers don’t administer medication, they can provide helpful reminders. Another way to address this challenge i…Read More

  4. Loveland Senior Care Provider Shares the Importance of Proper Sleep for Seniors

    Regardless of age, all adults need approximately eight hours of sleep per night. When seniors don’t get adequate rest, their health can be negatively impacted in multiple ways. As a Loveland senior care provider, we know that this can include confusion, being less alert, and being more prone to falling asleep while driving or performing other important activities. Lack of sleep also increases a …Read More

  5. Healthy Eating Tips for Seniors from your Fort Collins In Home Health Care Provider

    As seniors begin to struggle with daily living tasks, shopping for and preparing healthy meals may be neglected. As a leading Fort Collins in home health care provider, we remind seniors and their families that the consequences of malnutrition are serious and wide ranging, from having a negative impact on their immune system to weakening their muscles and increasing the risk of a fall. If you are …Read More

  6. An In-Depth Look Into Our Services At Seniors Helping Seniors

    For many elderly people entering a new period of life, the prospect of having an unfamiliar caregiver come into their house and provide “care” can be vague. Today’s post will be aimed at putting to bed some of the questions and perhaps fears associated with senior assisted in-home care. Let’s take a look at some of our services offered. Home Healthcare Home healthcare is a fairly straightf…Read More

  7. How To Stay Civil While Living With Your Elderly Parent

    Living with your elderly parent or parents can be a daunting proposition, but at times it’s a necessary one. At Seniors Helping Seniors, we offer a unique blend of senior assisted living services by having elderly peers be the caretakers on our staff. We find this is an optimal solution because it makes daily struggles relatable and therefore less embarrassing. Our goal is to provide safety and …Read More

  8. What To Expect When Working With Seniors Helping Seniors

    In previous posts, our topics have ranged from groundbreaking research on Alzheimer’s Disease and how former CU Coach Bill McCartney is right at the heart of some of the studies going on at Colorado University’s medical research facilities. We’ve also gone back and highlighted some client experiences of their senior in-home care they’ve had with us. We thought you should be able to hear ab…Read More

  9. Bill McCartney And A Cure For Alzheimer’s Disease

    Bill's Coaching Days In Boulder If you are a college football fan and lived in Colorado in the 90s, you probably are familiar with Bill McCartney. The head football coach of the Colorado Buffaloes developed and led his teams in the late 80s and early 90s to unprecedented success, winning the National Championship in 1990, and having the best player in the country capture the Heisman Trophy in 1994…Read More

  10. Early Signs A Loved One May Have Dementia

    Alzheimer’s and dementia can be scary words to a family who is potentially entering a new, unknown season in life. There are a great many things to consider, especially once the realization begins to hit home that a loved one isn’t just “getting more forgetful” as she or he gets older. With this in mind, in today’s post we will be looking at ten early signs of Alzheimer’s and dementia.…Read More