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U.S. Census Bureau data shows that Berks County’s population of residents 65 and older is growing at a rate of over 13% percent.read more
Did you know that Chester County, PA is home to almost 100,000 senior citizens? For seniors that make Chester County home, there are abundant resources who can help make living in the Brandywine Valley a rich and supportive experience. Here are a few…read more
Located approximately 60 miles north of Philadelphia, the Lehigh Valley is one of the fastest growing regions in Pennsylvania. Home to beautiful countryside, scenic trails and rich history; it’s no wonder the area is home to thousands of senior citizens.read more
Caring for a loved one with dementia can be challenging – but there are many ways to ease the stress. Educating yourself about memory loss and cognitive impairments, learning proper care techniques...read more
Bucks County is plush with support and assistance organizations to support disabled citizens through navigating their daily challenges.read more
Seniors, older adults or their caregivers can find a wide range of events and activities throughout Delco’s rolling hills.read more
Diabetes is a condition the causes and treatment may be different. The following explores varying types of diabetes and their characteristics.read more
The City of Brotherly Love is known for its rich history, here’s a list of some of the city’s most popular accessible attractions.read more
Did you know that Montgomery County is home to more than 113,000 senior citizens? With a lush agricultural landscape, some of the most compelling historical sites in the USA and many cultural jewels to experience…it’s no wonder why.read more
Caregivers, also known as home health or personal care aides, give assistance to those who are sick, injured, mentally or physically disabled, or the elderly. Informal caregivers are often family members or friends, and there are also professional caregivers who are employed by an agency and earn certification through training programs.
With the aging of baby boomers, caregiving has grown and will continue to grow rapidly – with caregiver roles increasing almost 70% by 2020.