Elderly Care Fun: Getting a Taste of Summer with a Late Winter Cookout


Elderly Care in Harrison NY The cold temperatures and even the lovely drift of snow can be welcome when you are preparing for Christmas and dreaming of a postcard-worthy image to greet your holiday morning, but by the time New Year’s draws to a close, it is easy to feel like you are done with…

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January is National Soup Month


Senior Care in White Plains NY When the big, festive feasts of the holidays come to an end, elderly adults and their caregivers may be looking for a meal that is satisfying, yet free from all of the fats and sugars that holiday food is famous for.  Appropriately, January is National Soup Month – a…

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4 Strategies to Cut Back the Sugar in Your Elderly Loved One’s Diet


Elderly Care in Scarsdale NY According to the Harvard School of Public Health, added sugar is something we should all cut back on in our diet. Too much extra sugar in your elderly loved one’s diet can contribute to high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, and a host of other ailments. It’s possible to reduce…

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