Categories for Healthy Elders

Los Angeles Caregivers & The Chikungunya Virus

July 29, 2014
In-home Caregivers Los Angeles Chikungunya Virus

CarenetLA Helps Bring Balance to the Doomsday Headlines, Providing Los Angeles In-home Caregivers The threat of a previously unfamiliar virus, flu, or pathogen spreading a deadly epidemic across the United States is a frightening one to consider. We are well aware that there are illnesses in other countries that our citizens have rarely faced, and without a built-up immunity, those illnesses can, in theory, quickly get out of hand if they make it to our country. The most recent medical headlines warn that Chikungunya virus, an illness native to southeast Asia and central Africa, has finally spread to the United States. This is... View Article

Free Asset Protection Workshop August 21, 2014

July 22, 2014
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Free Asset Protection Workshop The Effects That Chronic Illness Can Have On Your Estate How To Live Into Your Golden Years Without Going Broke! RAFFLE PRIZES!!   REFRESHMENTS!!   INFORMATIONAL  MATERIALS Thursday evening, August 21, 2014, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. LAX Chamber of Commerce Meeting Room,9100 S. Sepulveda Blvd., Suite 210, Los Angeles, CA  90045 To register, go to www.assetpreserver.eventbrite.com  Come to this FREE Community Workshop aimed at 50-65 year olds, sponsored by local businesses with specialized knowledge and experience, and by the LAX Coastal Chamber of Commerce. Learn what is covered by Medicare after retirement. Make your wishes known to your family by preparing a... View Article

Grappling with Grief

June 24, 2014
Elderly Parents Los Angeles Grieving

Helping Elderly Parents near Los Angeles Grieve and Grow Losing loved ones is a part of human life that we wish we didn’t have to experience. Saying goodbye to someone close to us is always difficult, and resuming normal life afterwards can be just as difficult. Grieving for lost loved ones is something that our elderly parents near Los Angeles do more often than younger folks under normal circumstances, and it is important that we help them do so in a healthy, productive way. Ending Long Relationships It is common for seniors to have treasured relationships that have lasted for fifty... View Article

The More Languages, the Better

June 3, 2014
Assistance for Elderly Los Angeles Second Language

Assistance for Elderly in Los Angeles Goes Multicultural Health and science magazines are full of advice for people who are interested in holding off dementia and Alzheimer’s disease as long as possible. Drink more coffee; eat more protein; walk for 15 minutes per day…the list goes on. Quite a few dementia-fighting techniques fall into the broad category of keeping the mind constantly exercising, functioning at a level more intense than normal life requires. Assistance for elderly in Los Angeles has one suggestion along those lines: learn another language. Stretching the Brain Learning and speaking a second language exercises the brain,... View Article

MRSA Not Just in Hospitals Any More

May 20, 2014
In-home Caregivers Los Angeles MRSA at Home

In-home Caregivers in Los Angeles Should Be Aware of MRSA’s Spread Just the mention of MRSA sends shivers down the spine of anyone who has been affected by it in the past. The threat of this antibiotic-resistant infection is enough to make a senior think twice before going to the hospital, where it is most commonly contracted. In-home caregivers in Los Angeles recently learned that there’s another important “reservoir” for MRSA, according to new research: the home. Living in the Background One of the major characteristics of MRSA is its ability to live and even spread without a human host.... View Article

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