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What is Elderly Care?
Elderly care refers to the support and assistance provided to senior citizens in order to help them maintain a good quality of life in their old age. This type of care addresses not only the physical needs of elderly individuals, but also their emotional, social, and psychological well-being
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At Lets Care All, we understand the importance of elderly care and the impact it can have on the lives of senior citizens. That's why we offer a range of services specifically designed for the elderly community, including:
Personal Care: Our caregivers are trained to assist with daily tasks such as bathing, dressing, and grooming.
Companionship: We believe that social interaction is crucial for the well-being of seniors, which is why our caregivers also provide companionship and engage in activities with them.
Medication Management: Our team can help ensure that medications are taken correctly and on time.
Household Assistance: From meal preparation to light housekeeping, we offer household assistance to make daily tasks easier for seniors.
Medical Care: We work closely with healthcare professionals to provide medical care for seniors, including wound care and physical therapy.
Transportation: Our caregivers can provide transportation services for seniors who are no longer able to drive themselves.
At Lets Care All, we strive to create a safe and comfortable environment for our elderly clients. We understand that each individual has unique needs, so we personalize our services accordingly.

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At Lets Care All, we are dedicated to providing compassionate and high-quality care for the elderly community. Our team consists of experienced caregivers who are passionate about making a positive impact in the lives of seniors. We believe that every senior deserves to age with dignity and respect, and our services reflect that belief.
Whether you or your loved one needs short-term or long-term care, we are here to help. Our services can be tailored to meet individual needs and preferences, and our caregivers are available 24/7 to provide assistance.
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Join us in our mission to provide exceptional elderly care services and make a positive impact on the lives of seniors. Let's care for our seniors with love and compassion. Remember, age is just a number, and with Lets Care All by your side, it can be filled with happiness, comfort, and support. Contact us now to learn more!

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So, let's make a difference together and give our seniors the care and attention they deserve. With Lets Care All, you can trust that your loved ones will be in good hands.

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Top 7 food must Eat after age 50 | Anti aging Foods
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Each year, about a million people are told they owe the Social Security Administration money because the agency miscalculated their benefits and paid them too much.

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There may be an easy way for seniors with hearing loss to reduce their risk of falling - hearing aids.

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On this week of Thanksgiving, we’re featuring another local non-profit, that gives back to thousands every single day, all year long.

"Serving Seniors" provides two meals a day, and provides countless other resources for seniors in our community.

Serving Seniors is the largest provider of senior meals and senior services countywide. They also own and operate two shelters and 529 affordable housing units.

"Annually, we see almost 10,000 unduplicated seniors through our doors," President and CEO Paul Downey said.

Every year, they serve 1.5 million meals to our senior citizens, who they say, is the fastest growing homeless population.

"It's a human issue, but it's also an economic issue. If we invest on the front end, and prevent it from happening in the first place, we will see a dramatic improvement in the numbers," Downey added.

About a quarter of the people who spend the day at this center, downtown are actively experiencing homelessness. Many sleep right outside.

"Unfortunately it is a growing trend here in San Diego.. Three in 10 people on the street, are now older adults," Downey said. "There's sort of a saying for life on the street, that 55 is the new 75, because of the physical and mental toll that it takes."


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47% of all single adults who are homeless are 50 or older in California, according to a study by UCSF.

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Over the last several weeks, the Saint Charles senior living community has become a bit of a ghost town. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
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Approximately 57 million Americans are employed by companies that do not provide retirement savings plans. A growing number of elderly citizens are now grappling with homelessness, a problem more widespread than ever before. The retirement crisis and escalating rents have left millions of seniors financially strained. Increasingly, more baby boomers are awakening to the harsh reality that working throughout their adult lives doesn't guarantee them affordable housing in their later years. This demographic has endured a series of economic downturns over their lifetime, along with the soaring housing prices of the past five decades. Conversely, their incomes have not seen similar growth, preventing many from saving sufficiently for a comfortable retirement.

A recent report by The Wall Street Journal, based on data from the Department of Housing and Urban Development, highlights the startling fact that, in 2023, older adults constitute the fastest-growing segment of the country's homeless population. This surge in elderly homelessness is reminiscent of the Great Depression, a development emphasized by Dennis Cain, a social policy professor at the University of Pennsylvania.

Experts have dubbed this unsettling trend a "silver tsunami," indicating that this crisis has been building over the years. Dr. Margo Kushel, a professor of medicine and director of the Center for Vulnerable Populations and Benioff Homelessness and Housing Initiative at the University of California, San Francisco, has observed a mounting rate of homelessness among older Americans since the early 2000s. In the early 1990s, only 11% of homeless single adults were aged 50 or older, but by the early 2000s, this percentage had surged to 37.7%. Today, the over-50 demographic constitutes half of the homeless single adults in the U.S., signifying the vulnerability of baby boomers aged 57 to 75.

This is an entirely distinct population, according to Kushel, consisting of individuals who dedicated their lives to work, often in physically demanding jobs, yet never managed to save sufficiently. Government data indicates that over the past year, homelessness has surged by 11% nationwide, far surpassing the previous yearly record of 2.7% in 2019. The cessation of relief programs has exacerbated the situation, as these relief funds had provided a buffer, as noted by Donald Whitehead Jr., the executive director of the National Coalition for the Homeless.

Barbara Dieter, the group's senior director of policy, expressed concerns about the rising number of older individuals in shelters, encampments, or living in their vehicles, a scenario rarely observed before within the contemporary homeless crisis. Historically, there have been very few homeless individuals over 60. However, conditions have dramatically changed in the last decade, with the percentage of people aged 50 and older in homeless shelters increasing from 16% in 2013 to 23% in 2023. Furthermore, the National Health Care for the Homeless Council reported an increase in the percentage of baby boomer patients they served in 2022, rising from 25% 15 years earlier to 36%.

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Fox 4's Ryan Kruger spoke with one man who lost everything in Hurricane Ian and is now living in a homeless shelter.

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For many of my senior clients, living independently in their homes is a top priority. However, as I explained to them, and now to you, it takes a specific action plan. In this video, I discuss why some seniors need to live in nursing homes AND 3 things you can do NOW to keep you living independently! Please let me know if you have any questions and thanks for watching,
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Physical Therapist Margaret Martin identifies the most important exercise for seniors and individuals over 50.


0:00 Introduction
1:22 Basic Standing Heel Raise
2:26 Basic Standing Heel Raise with Weights
3:11 Modified Heel Raise Exercise
5:47 Single Leg Heel Raise








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Doctors THROW ELDERLY OUT of hospital for not being able to pay. When his son arrives...

Doctors cruelly throw an old man out of the hospital for not being able to pay the bill. Weeks later, they discover who he was and weep on their knees.

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Elderly people are being defrauded out of their homes by scammers.

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A nursing home in Japan has hired a special team of employees: a group of cute "baby workers" who brighten the residents’ days by helping them get in touch with their inner child. NBC's Janis Mackey Frayer reports for TODAY.

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A powerful and intimate look at the realities of aging in America and the burgeoning population of people who are 85+ years old. (Aired 2006)

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When the documentary “Living Old” was released, people over 85 were the fastest growing segment of the U.S. population. While medical advances enabled an unprecedented number of Americans to live longer and healthier lives, the documentary examined how this new longevity also had unintended consequences.

For millions of Americans, living longer also came to mean serious chronic illness and a protracted physical decline that could require an immense amount of care, often for years and sometimes even decades. Yet as the need for care started rising, the number of available caregivers dwindled. With families more dispersed and an overburdened healthcare system, many experts feared the country was on the threshold of a major crisis in care.

“Living Old” was a FRONTLINE co-production with Mead Street Films. The documentary was written, produced and directed by Miri Navasky and Karen O’Connor. The executive producer of FRONTLINE was David Fanning.

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Aging in America: Living Longer But With Chronic Diseases - 1:17
A Looming Crisis in Elder Care - 8:56
Nursing Homes, Independence and Family Caregivers - 17:33
Caring for Elders and Dealing With Death - 24:20
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Long-term Care and End of Life Decisions - 44:45
Credits - 53:11

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