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Brain Foods To Fit Any Budget

December 1, 2018

Brain Foods To Fit Any Budget These are great tips whether you are on a tight budget or not, Millennials, Gen-Xers, Baby Boomers or Senior Citizens! — it’s still possible to get the variety of foods needed for your brain fitness even if you have a low budget. Written for…read more

Lots Going On In November!

November 30, 2018

  Welcome to TLFC’s November Blog   Tender Loving Family Care is pleased to announce our newest office in the PenWeb Plaza in Webster, NY! It is officially open! We will be operating from both our Webster and Brockport office. Feel free to stop by and see us. Keep an…read more

Kitchen Safety-12 Tips for Alzheimers Families

October 6, 2018

Kitchen Safety-12 Tips for Alzheimers Families 1.) Remove spices or medicines from the counter tops 2.) Keep cleaning supplies in a locked place. 3.) Remove scissors and knives from counter tops and drawers. 4.) Put labels on the cabinets. 5.) Install a shut-off valve (for a gas stove) or a…read more

START EARLY

July 31, 2018

Aging and Illnesses – There is no getting around it. Unfortunately, conversations preparing us for Aging or Illnesses often do not happen. At least not as soon as they should.  Whether about long-term senior care and finances, health care, end-of-life decisions, driving, or basic safety around measures around the house. The best…read more

Do I Stay or Leave?

June 30, 2018

Tender Loving Family Care services people in their home, assisted living homes, nursing homes and even over 55 senior communities. We are called anyplace where folks feel they need extra help. 99.9% of the people we talk to want to stay at home. Is this really the best decision, especially…read more

Are you Retiring with Purpose?

May 31, 2018

What is motivating you to find a retirement job, money, boredom or both? Retiree’s are not counting the days to retirement but counting the days to a new future with purpose. A more fulfilling phase of their life!  Consider these 4 points before Retirement Starting Your Own Business Work history…read more

Listen Up Baby Boomers

April 21, 2018

For many Baby Boomers life has become a juggling act. The joy of their first grandchild becomes overshadowed by a recent call that Mom or Dad has had a sudden heart attack, stroke or diagnosed with early stages of Alzheimers. Working out the logistics of helping all the family members,…read more

In Case You Forget…

March 31, 2018

Does memory have to be one of the first things to go as you age? Here are several ways to work on exercising your brain to help maintain or even create an even sharper memory than before.   When creating lists, such as a grocery list, or addresses lists, try to keep…read more

Time For Potty Talk!

February 20, 2018

What is one of the scariest feelings Seniors share? You guessed it! Falling!   We have found one of the most dreaded culprits is the bathroom. On a daily basis, we hear your Mom or Dad say they never want to go to an institutional facility. The bathroom is a…read more

Osteoporosis Part 2

December 13, 2017

Osteoporosis part 2 Last months Blog, we reviewed the definition of osteoporosis. To summarize, osteoporosis is the overall loss of calcium in the bones over time. Loss of calcium in women begins at about age 23 to 25 and for men, about age 35. Unfortunately, women lose more calcium after…read more