Technology has never been more vital to supporting aging parents at home. The number of Americans aged 65 and older will grow from 48 million to 88 million by 2050 and almost 70% of that population will need care at home. Most older adults want to age at home and with a growing shortage in home care workers and the cost of care increasing, technology will bring about new solutions to the long-term care crisis in the United States.

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  Driving and Alzheimer’s Disease: A guide for families and patients. For most people, driving represents freedom, control, and independence. Driving enables most people to get to the places they want to go, and to see the people they want to see when they want to see them. But driving is a complex skill. Our…

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Home Care in Bay Shore: Does your loved one need help at home but refuses to accept it?  Are you providing the care yourself and managing a job, your own family, and other obligations?  It may be time for an intervention. Many older adults come from a generation that took care of themselves and their…

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Your elderly family member most likely wants to continue driving for as long as she possibly can, but that can be impossible if she can’t see well enough to drive. Talk to your senior about whether she’s experiencing any of these situations as she’s driving. From there you can sort through possible solutions.

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Caregiver in Bay Shore NY: Helping your Senior Adapt to Oxygen Therapy

Caregiver in Bay Shore, NY: If your senior has recently received a subscription for oxygen therapy, they may feel a sense of loss. Help them adapt to this new stage of their life by reminding them of all the benefits this therapy brings and the many ways society has adapted to this changing landscape.

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