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6 Tips on How To Help Your Loved One With Hygiene Care

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Hospice care can be an emotionally challenging time for both the patient and their loved ones. As a caregiver, one of the important aspects of care is to ensure that the patient maintains proper hygiene.  This can include bathing, oral care, nail care, and changing clothes. While it may seem like a simple task, it … Read more

7 Scriptures About Peace in Hard Times

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Grief and hard times can be some of the most difficult times in life. When emotions are running high and it feels like things will never get better, turning to Scripture can be a source of strength and peace. The Bible is full of promises from God that He will always provide hope, comfort, and … Read more

Tips to Help Your Elderly Parent Live Alone Longer and Safer

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When it comes to helping your elderly parent live alone longer and be safer, there are several key tips that can help make the process easier. It is important to take steps to mitigate risk and create a safe environment for your parent. In this blog post, we will discuss the following tips to help … Read more

Grief Counseling | Dr. Willets

In this podcast Dr. Willets is interviewed by Dr. Todd Fisher, the Executive Director/Treasurer of Oklahoma Baptists and Andy Taylor, the northeastern state representative for Oklahoma Baptist. The topic is on what pastors need to know about grief and how they can effectively minister to people who are grieving. While the podcast is directed toward … Read more

Why Is It Important to Have a Will?

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When you die, what happens to your assets? If you don’t have a will, the answer is simple: whatever the government decides. This might not be what you want for your loved ones. A will ensures that your wishes are carried out after your death. In this blog post, we will discuss why it is … Read more

5 Games You Can Play to Improve Your Memory

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Do you ever feel like you can’t remember what you did yesterday? Do you find yourself forgetting people’s names or where you put your keys? If so, don’t worry – you’re not alone. Memory loss is a common problem that many people experience as they age. In this blog post, we will discuss the causes … Read more

Fall Prevention: 7 Tips to Keep Your Loved One Safe

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As the days grow shorter and temperatures start to drop, it’s important to take precautions to stay safe during the fall season. Falls are a leading cause of injury and death among seniors, so it’s crucial to take steps to prevent them. Here are seven tips for keeping your loved one safe this fall: 1. … Read more

How to Talk to an Elderly Parent About End of Life Decisions

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End of life decisions are some of the most difficult that a person will ever have to make. They can be especially difficult if you are talking to an elderly parent about them. If your parent is getting close to the end of their life, it’s important to talk to them about their wishes. This … Read more