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Tips for Coping with Caregiver Stress and Burnout

Caring for others is something that you’ve always done. It’s simply a part of who you are. That’s why there was no hesitation when a loved one needed help. You stepped in without a second thought. While being a caregiver is rewarding on a number of levels, there’s also the potential to experience caregiver stress…

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National Nutrition Month

We’ve all been told to eat healthy throughout our lives and it is very important, but sometimes it’s not always easy. March is National Nutrition Month and it’s a great time to start considering some changes to our diets that will improve our nutrition.   Although there are some basic principles to eating healthy that…

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Self-Check Month

February is National Self-Check Month. We recommend checking yourself for different health ailments on a regular basis, but now is a good time to remind everyone of the importance of self-checking. You can increase your odds of avoiding certain diseases or conditions with regular self-checks, especially if you try to avoid regular checkups with your…

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Things to do in Milwaukee in February

February is cold and your home is warm, but don’t get caught with cabin fever this winter! There are plenty of opportunities to get out and enjoy what the community has to offer. Here are a few options to get you out of the house this month: Amazing performers, colorful costumes, and beautiful backgrounds all…

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Hobbies for Seniors

Hobbies are a great way to relieve stress, stay mentally and physically active, and just have fun. For seniors, the benefits of hobbies can be even more meaningful. Many seniors are retired and are looking for activities to fill up their free time, or maybe an injury or illness has caused them to stop an…

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Free Things to do in Milwaukee After the Holidays

When the holidays are over, you might want to take time to relax and start saving up for next year. Well, maybe you aren’t ready to think about next year’s holiday season, but you probably wouldn’t mind saving a few extra dollars, right? Here are a few FREE ideas to get out you out of…

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Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. Now is a good time to learn about signs and symptoms, especially if you have a loved one you that may be exhibiting early signs of the disease. As most people are aware, Alzheimer’s Disease causes memory loss, but it can affect every aspect of the patient’s life. Below are…

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October is Long-Term Care Planning Month

Thinking about your long-term care may not be fun and exciting, but it can incredibly helpful to you and your family. Knowing that you have a plan about where and how you want to live as you age can let you feel more secure and confident about your future. A plan will help family members…

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August is National Wellness Month

August is National Wellness Month, a time to think about your personal health and find ways to improve your overall wellness. Maybe you’re struggling with aches and pains, or loneliness, or stress; there are opportunities out there to improve your self-care efforts and build healthy habits. Physical Fitness Working out can is intimidating at any…

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