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Emergency Preparedness for Seniors - Be Ready!

Dec 8, 2015 by Comfort Keepers Spokane

In light of the recent windstorm and weather advisories for another storm on the horizon, Comfort Keepers wants to make sure our community's seniors are prepared in case of another natural disaster. Check out this great Emergency Preparedness plan from ready.gov use it as a guide to be prepared! Read Article

Get SuperBetter: Revolutionary Real Life Game Increases Fulfillment & Life Span

Jun 25, 2015 by Comfort Keepers Spokane

Have you ever wished you had the answers to living the life you want? What about the secret to living longer? Want to know what to do so you don't reach the end of your life with regrets? Well a woman named Jane McGonigal, spurred on by a concussion and backed by science, created a real life game - that anyone can play - with the power to do just that. Read Article

Physical Aspects of Senior Safety

Jun 9, 2015 by Comfort Keepers Spokane

June is National Safety Month, and we here at Comfort Keepers want to remind seniors and their families of preventable actions they can take to ensure their safety and the safety of their loved ones. Physical changes caused by age can increase the chances of an injury, but being aware of these changes can help guide your family in making changes to daily activities that will help prevent injury. Read Article

Prevent Falls and Stay Strong: Six Easy Exercises

May 26, 2015 by Comfort Keepers Spokane

Fall Stop…MOVE STRONG™ is a nationally recognized joyful fitness/education fall prevention program that helps keep older adults active and safe in their homes and communities. From founder Celeste Carlucci come six easy exercises that seniors can incorporate into their daily routine to gain strength, coordination, balance, and alignment! Read Article

Living with Arthritis: Exercise, nutrition, stress, and assistance.

May 12, 2015 by Comfort Keepers Spokane

Arthritis is currently the most common cause of disability in the U.S. and can prevent seniors from accomplishing the simplest tasks such a walking, preparing meals, picking up objects or even sitting for prolonged periods of time. For a senior who was once active, these limitations can result in feelings of depression and anxiety. While there is no cure, there are many coping strategies for managing arthritis and accompanying conditions. Read Article

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