Low-Impact Exercises for Aging Loved Ones | Executive Care of Princeton

If your aging loved one is looking for an active and independent lifestyle, getting daily exercise is especially important! However, many seniors have some joint pain or mobility limitations that can make regular exercise very difficult. Exercise isn’t always easy for these seniors who experience joint pain or mobility limitations. So, let’s examine some low-impact

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Easy, Delicious & Nutritious Meal Ideas for Older Adults | Executive Care of Princeton

Nutrition is an important component for quality of life in our aging loved ones. But not everyone has the time or passion to spend a ton of time cooking. That’s where these easy, delicious and nutritious recipes come in! Balanced Breakfasts Don’t let your loved one skip the most important meal of the day. These

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Limited Mobility Doesn’t Have to Stop the Fun | Executive Care of Princeton

Limited mobility, either temporary or permanent, is something that many seniors are living with. Fortunately, there are still plenty of ways they can enjoy themselves. With the U.S. Census reporting some 47 million seniors living in the United States, it’s no surprise that mobility issues abound. It was revealed in 2014 that 40% of those

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Protecting Your Loved One From Summer Heat | Executive Care of Princeton

Spending quality time outdoors is beneficial for all of us, seniors included. There are plenty of benefits to enjoying some time outside, but for those in their golden years, the exposure to hot temperatures could prove more dangerous than beneficial. Changes in physiology often result in the elderly being more susceptible to heat stress. While

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