Elderly Falls: Protecting Your Loved Ones

Every second of every day in the United States an older adult falls, making falls the number one cause of injuries and deaths from injury among older Americans. Helping Hands for Seniors understands that protecting your loved ones and preventing elderly falls is crucial. This is why we are discussing the facts on falls, awareness […]

How Pets Can Help Seniors

Pets make happier and healthier seniors! While we all love our pets, there are particular health benefits for older pet owners that research has proven.   Pets improve the lives of older individuals in many ways. Here’s how pets can help seniors:   1.  Pets have a calming effect. Physiology helps explain why animals are […]

15 Tips For a Successful Conversation About Long Term Senior Care

Talking about the transition to senior living can be a challenging subject whether you’re considering it for yourself, or you need to bring it up to a family member. Here are 15 tips to foster a healthy, successful conversation about long term senior care:   Prepare beforehand and do your homework. Before you broach the […]

Socializing in a New Senior Living Community

Tips for Socializing in a New Senior Living Community

One of the many benefits of a senior living community is the friendly atmosphere and variety of opportunities to connect with others through social activities, common areas, and conversation.   This is important because socializing keeps seniors healthy! Significant research has been done on the importance of socialization to improve the mental and emotional health […]

How We Help: Senior Care Placement Services

At Helping Hands for Seniors, your family is our focus. We understand that finding the right senior care for your loved ones is an involved and emotional choice. For over a decade, Helping Hands has been placing elderly residents in quality housing facilities. We believe your loved one deserves the best care available, and a […]

Stop the Spread of COVID-19 in the Elderly Community

As COVID-19 (coronavirus) spreads in the U.S. and globally, it is known that older people 65+ are at a higher risk of serious illness. Especially older adults and people with pre-existing medical conditions including heart disease, lung disease, diabetes, cancer, and hypertension according to the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases.   Why are they at […]

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