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Keeping PACE – Food for Thought

Keeping PACE – Food for Thought

March was National Nutrition Month. This annual campaign was created 50 years ago by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. This was a perfect opportunity to connect with Kelsi Bruno, a Registered Dietitian at Senior Care Partners PACE. The conversation and suggestions below are opinion and information intended for a general audience. You should consult …

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Caregiver Burnout—and How We Can Help

Caregiver Burnout—and How We Can Help

One of our favorite things to see is how our care for your loved one improves and restores relationships with caregivers. You get to be their son or daughter again. Their spouse. Their soulmate. Roles are restored, and you can get back to enjoying each other’s company.

When Your Elders Refuse Help

When Your Elders Refuse Help

Imagine yourself in your loved one’s shoes. It’s not easy to hear that you are no longer as capable to care for yourself as you once were.
Senior Care Partners P.A.C.E. can be your helping hand when you need a support system during what can be a challenging time—for you and for your loved one.

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Golden Years in Place

Senior Care Partners P.A.C.E. (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) brings personalized care to seniors with chronic care needs through a compassionate team approach while helping seniors stay in their own homes. “Our vision and plan are to serve older adults at any stage in the aging process,” says Laura Ferrara, chief executive officer of SCPP.

Holidays: A Time to Reach Out

Holidays: A Time to Reach Out

Loneliness can become more intense during the holiday season, and studies have shown that loneliness can be harmful to our health, especially among older adults.
What can we do to bring comfort?

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Enjoying Fall to the Fullest

How can we enjoy the autumn season fully? Whether in our own homes or spending our days with friends at the Senior Care Partners P.A.C.E. Day Health Center, there are many ways to enjoy the seasonal changes.

When Our Elders Need Help

When Our Elders Need Help

And while we tend to joke about “senior moments” as the years add on, we may notice that our elders forget beyond the usual lapse in memory. While forgetting where we put the car keys is common at all ages, forgetting the purpose of the keys could indicate signs of dementia

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