Blog - Secure Aging

5 Things to Consider to Help Your Senior Loved One Age in Place

If you have a senior loved one in your life who’d like to age in place—in other words, remain in their home as they get older—you’re not alone. There’s a comfort to staying in one’s home, and it’s no secret that the cost of assisted living and independent living facilities is expensive. The best approach…
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Signs of Dementia Versus Mental Health Changes

With a greater awareness nowadays of mental health, it’s interesting to know that the symptoms of dementia can mirror the signs of mental health changes. Because of this, it may be hard sometimes to know if your senior loved one is actually experiencing dementia/Alzheimer’s disease or has a mental health problem that needs to be…
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Here Are the Signs of Caregiver Fatigue—and What to Do If You Experience It

If you’re taking care of a senior loved one, it’s only normal to feel overwhelmed sometimes. It’s a lot of responsibility. However, it’s also possible to reach a point where caregiving makes you feel burnt out. You may need to take different steps to mentally and physically recover when this happens.   Here’s more information…
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5 Tips to Choose an Assisted Living Facility

Choosing an assisted living facility for a senior loved one is never easy, but there are a few tips you can follow to make this task a little less stressful.       Here are five tips to help choose the right assisted living facility for your loved one: Know the right questions to ask.…
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Here’s How to Help Your Older Adult Manage Allergies This Spring

While spring may bring us flowers and greenery, it also brings many of us a less wanted gift: allergies.  Allergy symptoms can be a minor inconvenience or have a major impact on quality of life. If you’re caring for an older adult, allergies can feel just as bad for them as they do for you. …
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