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Do You Know the Signs of Breast Cancer?

Posted by True Care Staff in Health & Lifestyle

Breast cancer is the second leading diagnosed cancer in New York with over 17,800 women diagnosed by the middle of 2022, according to the New York Cancer Statistics Center.

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Boost the Mood & Your Health with Humor

Posted by True Care Staff in Health & Lifestyle

Taking care of your client is a big responsibility but as you care for people grappling with chronic illnesses and serious diseases like Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, there will be room for laughter. 

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Fun Activities For Clients With Limited Mobility

Posted by True Care Staff in Health & Lifestyle

If your client is challenged with limited mobility due to conditions like stroke, severe arthritis, or injuries from falls, there are still a variety of activities they can enjoy. As their compassionate companion, you can suggest hobbies and activities that will bring a smile to their face and make your hours of care enjoyable for both of you.

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Can You Reduce Your Client’s Fall Risk?

Posted by True Care Staff in Caregiver Corner

Falls can be so spontaneous and sudden that caregivers and their clients can feel that it could not be prevented, but this is not true.

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What Are The Signs Of Normal Aging?

Posted by True Care Staff in Health & Lifestyle

Aging is when health and well-being become the proverbial elephant in the room. As a professional caregiver or even as a family member taking care of your older relative, you need to become familiar with the common changes that happen to most seniors. It is important to know the signs of disease or something else that requires medical attention. Understanding the normal aging process will help you manage these worries. 

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How to Drink More Water and Prevent Dehydration

Posted by True Care Staff in Health & Lifestyle

Dehydration in seniors can cause serious health issues and is a common cause of hospitalization in people over age 65.

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