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Senior Activities in Westminster, CA

The Difference Between Physical & Occupational Therapy

Both the fields of occupational therapy and physical therapy provide hands-on rehabilitative work to help clients perform their tasks as independently as possible. While each field follows a diverse approach in helping people restore their normal physical functions and usual way of life, they are also often confused with each other. As an adult day … Continue reading

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Signs and Prevention of Caregiver Burnout

It is the sense of fulfillment that sets a caregivers’ passion in caring for other people, whether they’d be their loved ones or not. However, together with the honor and privilege of helping other people, is the tendency of feeling empty deep inside. Adult day services in Westminster, California understands that caregiver burnout is not … Continue reading

Understanding Yoga and Its Vocabulary

For beginners, it might seem intimidating and overwhelming to attend a yoga class full of mystical Sanskrit language. To fully appreciate this practice, a provider of adult day services in Westminster, California, such as ABC Westminster Day Health Center, gives you first a brief reveal about yoga. Yoga comes from a Sanskrit word ‘yuj’ which … Continue reading

Speak Without Limits Through Speech Therapy

Kids and seniors alike reap huge benefits from speech therapy. In fact, it is extremely important for the elderly population to have the ability to communicate clearly so that they can express their needs, especially during emergencies. That is why ABC Westminster Day Health Center provides speech therapy as one of our adult day services … Continue reading

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Cognitive Activities for Seniors

People start experiencing slight memory lapses in their 20s and yet did not give it a second thought. For seniors who want to stay young, consider giving your brain a mental workout. Giving your mind new ideas to grasp and challenges to connect with are some of the best ways to stay alert and promote … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Stimulate Appetite in the Elderly

Even if the elderly need fewer calories than they were younger, it doesn’t mean that they shouldn’t eat when they don’t feel like it. Even when they lose their appetite due to reasons such as loss of energy or capacity to cook, depression, loneliness, health conditions, or medication side effects, their specific nutritional needs should … Continue reading

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