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Stay Social!

Staying social, or maintaining personal contact and relationships with family, friends and other seniors, can help your elderly loved one remain physically healthy, happy and mentally active. How important is it for your elderly loved one to stay social? According to...

Protecting Seniors From Telephone Scammers

The phone rings. A charming, fast-talking individual informs your elderly loved one that they’ve won a contest, or are seeking donations for a charity. Some even claim that a relative or loved one was in a serious accident, and they desperately need funds wired to a...

Is It Time To Talk About Home Care?

No matter our age or lifestyle, we all want privacy, and the right to pursue happiness and a quality of life that we determine for ourselves. At GoldLeaf, we understand from a fundamental level that home care for seniors should enhance these elements of life, rather...

Denver Senior Living: Tips for Eating Well

After 50, it’s especially important to pay attention to nutrition to maximize health. A healthy diet can lower blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, and boost the immune system–all vital during the senior years. In addition, seniors may experience a decrease in appetite...

Maintain Their Way Of Life

Everybody has their own routines.  Home care allows your loved ones to keep some of their routines they have had for so long. Breaking some of their routines and changing everything in their life may cause depression.

Comfort In Their Own Home

This is probably the most important factor with home care. Making your mom or dad move into a senior healthcare facility can make it even worse. Keeping your loved ones close will not only help them but it will also help you. It gives us peace of mind that they are in...
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