Losing a loved one is never easy. Experienced senior care providers are trained in helping families prepare for and cope with the end-of-life process of the ones closest to them. Grief is very much a part of the work we do at Queen City Elder Care.  Here are a few tips we’ve learned along the…

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Did you know that Ohio is one of the top 20 most dangerous states for seniors to drive? And, the state does not have stricter driving rules for those age 65 and older. It is important to continually evaluate your driving skills. Here are a few of our tips! Communicate: Start by having an open…

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  Should I stay or should I go? That’s a common question that plagues senior citizens at the height of travel season.  With so many unknowns that come along with traveling these days, planning a trip can be daunting. Whether you plan on flying across the country, cruising to an exotic locale or taking a…

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With American Heart Month happening every February, Queen City Elder Care is dedicated in spreading awareness and offering helpful tips on how to reduce your chances of getting heart disease or even reverses it. We are offering a new way to approach your heart health. Based on the research in The Ageless Heart Manual by…

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The recent Newsweek article titled “Alzheimer’s Is Expensive, Deadly and Growing. So Where’s the Research Money?” perfectly sums up the crisis that is going on in America. Alzheimer’s research is extremely underfunded and the disease is growing by leaps and bounds. The article states that by the year 2025, the number of people age 65…

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According to The National Academy of Aging Society, almost half of all elderly people have arthritis, and the elderly population is the fastest-growing segment in the U.S. Projections indicate that by 2020, almost 60 million people, or about 20 percent of the population, will have arthritis. There are over 100 rheumatic diseases under the umbrella…

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