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A Guide to Transitioning Your Aging Parents to In-Home Care: A Professional Perspective

By Moore Care / February 26, 2024
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As our parents age, it becomes necessary to make important decisions regarding their care and well-being. Transitioning aging parents to in-home care is a common choice that many families face. However, this transition can be overwhelming and challenging without the proper guidance and support. In this blog, we will provide you with a professional perspective…

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Starting the New Year Right: Initiating In-Home Care for Elderly Parents with Moore Care in Baton Rouge

By Moore Care / January 8, 2024
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The start of a new year often brings a time of reflection and resolution. For families considering in-home care for their elderly parents, the start of the year can be the perfect opportunity to embark on this seemingly daunting but necessary journey. At Moore Care in Baton Rouge, we understand the significance of this decision…

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Holiday Activities for Seniors: Spreading Cheer and Inclusion with Loved Ones

By Moore Care / December 20, 2023
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The holiday season is upon us, bringing a wave of festive events, delicious meals, crafting opportunities, and joyful traditions. While this time of year exudes cheer, it can also be challenging for seniors, particularly those who find themselves in deep loneliness. At Moore Care, we recognize the significance of involving seniors in holiday activities and…

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Combating Loneliness in Senior Citizens: Tips to Ensure Everyone Enjoys the Holidays

By Moore Care / November 9, 2023
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Nearly one-third of all seniors live by themselves, according to the U.S. Census Bureau in 2019. That’s close to 14 million seniors aging alone in their homes. Senior isolation is both common and dangerous, and while living alone doesn’t inevitably lead to senior loneliness, the two often go hand in hand. Isolation can affect the…

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Recognizing the Moment: Deciding on Care for Your Aging Parent

By Moore Care / September 22, 2023
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The journey of life is filled with seasons, each with its unique challenges and blessings. One of the most delicate seasons many of us face is when our parents, who once cared for us, begin to need care themselves. The decision of how and when to provide additional care for an aging parent is both…

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Supporting Aging in Place

By Moore Care / August 24, 2023
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Moore Care is joining forces with BR Proud to raise awareness within the Baton Rouge community and beyond about the importance of ensuring the safety and independent living of our senior citizens in their own homes for as long as possible. Through a series of weekly video tips, we aim to provide insights to help…

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5 Fun Spring Activities That Will Put A Smile On Any Senior’s Face

By Moore Care / May 18, 2023
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For seniors, springtime is the perfect opportunity to get out of the house and enjoy the warmer weather. There are plenty of fun activities that any senior can enjoy, from exploring nature to spending time with friends and family. Here are five of our favorite springtime activities for seniors! Here are five fun spring activities…

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6 Myths About Aging

By Moore Care / May 18, 2023
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Aging is often seen as a time of decline, when our physical and mental abilities start to deteriorate. This view of aging is not only inaccurate, but it can also be harmful. Negative beliefs about aging can lead to poor health and decreased life satisfaction. In reality, aging is a natural process that comes with…

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5 Ways To Help Seniors Stay Active At Home

By Moore Care / May 3, 2023
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As we age, it becomes increasingly important to stay active and engaged in order to maintain our independence and quality of life. For many seniors, this can be a challenge, especially if they are living at home alone. If you have an aging loved one who is struggling to stay active, there are a number…

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