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Family caregivers and participants share praise for InnovAge's Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, or PACE.
Seniors and their caregivers shared their thoughts and fears on aging, and a desire to age in their own homes.
Participants at InnovAge come from different backgrounds and communities. At InnovAge, our employees come up with unique ways to keep participants engaged.
Social worker Justin Collins shares his perspective on how he ensures PACE participants are safe and secure.
Explore these links with helpful information and resources for seniors and caregivers.
If you or a loved one is going through a change, here are some ideas that may help ease the transition.
Caring for an aging senior can be stressful. These are some common challenges family caregivers face, and suggestions for ways to help.
If you are a caregiver looking for options and considering the Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) for an aging loved one, read this advice from InnovAge PACE center directors.
It’s important for seniors, caregivers, and doctors to communicate about fall risk, and identify ways to reduce that risk.
Here are some things to remember next time you start a conversation with an older adult.
It can be hard to give up the wheel as we age, but seniors and caregivers can work together to make a plan.
Learn about the fun and intentional ways our staff work with senior participants at InnovAge PACE centers.
Traveling with an older adult can be challenging. Here's how to make your vacation a success.
Many people think that arthritis is a normal part of aging, but that is not the case. There are steps you can take to prevent and manage arthritis in older adults.
Caregivers and doctors must work together to provide high quality and compassionate care. But that’s often easier said than done.
Here are a few ideas to help you or your loved ones remember to take their medications as prescribed.
After many years working with people experiencing grief and loss, InnovAge Chaplain Kelly Crabbe shares some advice.
Make sure that both older adults and caregivers are safe and healthy by asking for help when you need it.
Making the transition to an adult day program can be tricky for older adults and their family caregivers.
Many older adults have concerns about mental illness later in life and experience symptoms that often go undiagnosed.
Here are some ways you can reduce stress while juggling the challenges of caregiving:
Finding the right gift for older adults and caregivers can be difficult. InnovAge shares ideas for gifts that caregivers and seniors will love.
Taking time to check on your loved one over the holidays is an important way to make sure they are safe and well-cared for, even when you’re not in town to help.
InnovAge was pleased to once again sponsor the annual Rocky Mountain Conference on Dementia hosted by the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado.
While the flu can’t be stopped in its tracks, there are some ways you can lessen your risk of catching the virus.
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