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Why Older Adults Should Consider Adopting a Cat

According to the Institute on Aging, around one third of older adults who live at home live alone. Living on their own can make older adults lonely, which could be bad for their health. In fact, studies have linked loneliness to a decline in mental and physical health. One way to combat loneliness in your…

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Can You Really Take a Vacation as a Family Caregiver?

Many family caregivers believe that taking a vacation is a mythical situation that never actually happens. But you can take a vacation as a caregiver. You simply have to do the legwork to make it happen. Plan Everything Out The very first stage is figuring out what you’re going to do, where you’re going to…

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Signs Your Senior May be Suffering from Diminished Vision

Low vision is one of the most common issues of advanced age. Structural changes as well as the lingering effects of problems such as eye injuries, overexposure to the sun, personal history of smoking and excessive use of alcohol, and even use of certain medications, often results in diminished integrity of the sense of vision.…

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What Is Normal When it Comes to Caregiving?

Lots of people who are about to become caregivers want to know what normal is for caregiving. It would be great if there were one map or flowchart that everyone could follow, but unfortunately normal is different for every caregiver and every caregiving situation. Every Situation Is Different It might feel obvious, but every single…

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What Are Dry and Secondary Drowning?

If you are like many family caregivers, you look forward to the warm weather for its opportunities to get out of the house and enjoy activities with your aging parent. Many of these activities involve water, such as swimming or boating. Understanding of the risks associated with activities is an important step in protecting your…

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Avoid Caregiver Burnout: Hire a Homecare Provider

You haven’t slept through the night in weeks. You struggle with frequent headaches and an upset stomach. You never finish your to do list by the end of each day. You can’t seem to shake your latest cold. You can’t remember the last time you had lunch with friends. You find yourself more irritable and…

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Bluedot Cares Continues to Partner With the Alzheimer’s Association

Bluedot Cares was honored to be invited to the Alzheimer’s Association breakfast this week at Carmel Country Club. This incredibly moving event was called “reason to HOPE” and featured the CEO, of the Western Carolina Chapter as well as personal reflections from individuals affected by Alzheimer’s. We wanted to thank Redia Baxter with the Alzheimer’s…

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FAQ’s About Seasonal Allergies and Seniors

Spring and summer bring beauty and warmth to your aging parent’s neighborhood, but for many seniors it can also mean endless days of sneezing, watery eyes, headaches and runny noses. Seasonal allergies affect millions of people every year, and seniors are hit particularly hard with symptoms. If your elderly mom or dad is suddenly experiencing…

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Three Steps to Take to Avoid Harmful Insect Bites

Anywhere you go, there are insects that can cause serious harm if bitten. For a senior citizen, bug bites can be a major concern. It can be harder for a senior citizen to run from a swarm of hornets, wasps, or bees. Less effective immune systems can make West Nile Virus and other mosquito-borne illnesses…

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Bluedot Cares Hiring CNA’s

Bluedot Cares is hiring weekly and looking for fantastic, passionate Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA’s) to join our growing team! Bluedot is one of the few locally owned home care companies in our market, providing in-home care needs to family’s loved ones. As part of the Bluedot caregiving team, we help our clients with all of…

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