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The Dangers of Malnutrition

Throughout the United States, the needs of the aging population are becoming more demanding than ever. According to the Center for Disease Control, the current population of seniors is expected to double to approximately 72 million people by 2030. Malnutrition is a threat One of the greatest threats to the health and safety of this […]

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Hospice vs. Palliative Care: What’s the difference?

As we age, our bodies change and so does the nature of the medical care required to meet our needs. It is important to understand the difference between the types of treatments available at each stage in our lives. Two types of medical care that are commonly confused are hospice care and palliative care. While […]

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Talking to your Aging Parents

A Place at Home knows that talking to your parents about home care or assisted living is tough. We can offer some tips when talking to your parents about needing care and we are here to make that transition a smooth process. Here are some tips for talking to your parents: Start Discussions Early Include […]

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The Seven Stages of Alzheimer’s

The Seven Stages of Alzheimer’s were developed by Barry Reisberg, M.D., a clinical director of the New York University of Medicine’s Silbertstein Aging and Dementia Research Center. These seven stages make up a very general guide to show the progression of Alzheimer’s. Each person responds differently to the onset of the disease, therefore it is […]

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South Denver – A Place at Home

George and Grace Bradley to launch new location in February of 2018. A Place at Home (APH), a leader in the home health care industry, is pleased to announce the opening of their very first franchise in South Denver, Colorado. On October 20, 2017 George and Grace Bradley became the first to be awarded, which […]

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