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You're Never Too Young to Work on Your Brain Health

Everyone's brain evolves over time to some degree of memory loss, sometimes due to genetics and sometimes due to behaviors, and often a little bit of both. This article covers five great ways you can improve your brain's function, and you're never to young to develop happy brain health habits.

Understanding and Coping with Difficult Dementia Behavior

There are quite a number of challenges and behaviors people with dementia present, and they can vary week-to-week or even day-to-day. There is a cluster of symptoms that typically define cognitive impairment, dementia, and Alzheimer's Disease. Anyone with aging family members should be aware of these symptoms and watching for declining cognitive abilities.

Benefits of Gentle Chair Yoga

Regular exercise is key to a healthy life for people of all ages. How rigorous the exercise varies person to person and generation to generation. Chair yoga is a great way for older adults to get the benefits of exercise while minimizing negative impacts on the body.

The Alzheimer's Association's LGBTQ Community Forum

Join the Alzheimer's Association's LGBTQ Community Forum on Saturday, May 8 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. to learn more about the Alzheimer's Association, and to share your thoughts on how the Association can better serve our communities.

Ideas for Summertime Fun for Seniors!

It doesn't matter if you're a teenager or a senior, summer is the time for fun! In this blog we share a few ideas for summer fun for seniors while keeping summer heat dangers in mind.

Dehydration Signs, Symptoms, and Prevention

No matter your age, dehydration is a serious condition. As we move through Spring and into Summer, it's especially important to keep an eye open for the signs and symptoms of dehydration. This is even more true of seniors in the sun. When it comes to this sneaky danger, keep a watchful eye and don't wait until it's too late.

Living With Parkison's Disease

About one million Americans and 10+ million individuals worldwide have Parkinson's Disease. Right at Home San Antonio proudly participates in the "Moving Day San Antonio" event every year, helping bring awareness, raise funds, and fight to end the disease. Join us for "2021 Moving Day San Antonio" on Saturday, May 1st.

Walk It Out

Needing help with getting around the house and going for walks sometimes means adjusting to mechanical aids. Whether it's a simple cane for balance or a walker to help support body weight and mobility, these things aren't a sign of one's self-worth. They are tools to be used to live a fuller, more mobile life.

The Importance of Quality Time

Human beings are social by nature. The importance of connection with those who care for you, as well as your most deeply cherished loved ones is vital. Lack of connections with others can make loneliness and depression very powerful. Right at Home understands these dynamics and are proud of the compassionate relationships our caregivers build with clients.

Random Act of Kindness

We all know it. The past year has been filled with isolation, stress, and limitations. There's no better time than now to hand out some 'random acts of kindness.'

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