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Category Archives: Senior Care Services

The Best Companion Pets for Seniors

Having a pet in a senior’s household poses a lot of benefits for those who are aging at home. Pets offer warmth and love, keep them engaged and happy, and is especially helpful for fighting feelings of isolation. They are also ideal guardians who can protect your loved ones from danger. As a provider of … Continue reading

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Eat Healthier Every Day with These Simple Tips

A lot of people think that eating healthy equates to eating bland food, but they’re gravely mistaken. You can still enjoy tasty meals without giving up on your health status. Now, how is that even possible, you ask? Here are a few suggestions from Abundant Life Assisted Services that will help you eat healthier every … Continue reading

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Staying Independent: Senior Home Care Services

As we face the sunset years, life may begin presenting us with difficult challenges. Things that we never gave a second thought about are now time-consuming and exhausting to do. It can feel like living on your own is just too much of a challenge. However, through our in home elderly care in Georgia, we … Continue reading

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Turning Back the Clock: Living a Younger Lifestyle

Just because you are getting older, it does not mean you have to give up living the lifestyle you love. With regular exercise, a healthy diet, and the helping hands of Abundant Life Assisted Services, we can help you improve every aspect of your life. Through our personalized Senior Home Care Services in Georgia, here’s … Continue reading

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3 Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease and Its Symptoms

Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia where you experience various mental disabilities. Simply put, there are three stages of Alzheimer’s disease: Mild Stage In this stage, the disability is just starting to manifest itself in non-major symptoms like the following: Short-Term Memory Loss. This means forgetting recent events. For instance, if the person was … Continue reading

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