Did you know that 80% of seniors take a least one medication per day, and many take three or more? While it may not be hard to remember to take them, having several prescriptions could potentially cause drug interactions, mix-ups, or side effects. That’s why it’s important to have a strict schedule and know exactly what you’re taking.
Watch Our Special Needs Performers Last month, the Florence County Disabilities Foundation and Carolinas Hospital System sponsored a talent show at Francis Marion University called The Stars Are Out Talent Show. Here, performers and artists from Florence and surrounding areas joined …
At New Generations, one of our most successful programs is our Gary’s Gang special needs program. Here, we offer a fun, loving environment for individuals with a variety of conditions, including cerebral palsy. As a special needs care company, we receive many questions regarding cerebral palsy, so we’ve collected 10 of the most frequently asked.
As we age, blood flow to our brain slows down and the brain itself naturally shrinks. As this happens, we can lose nerve cells or nerve connections that were once responsible for helping us stay “sharp.” This occurs in both males and females and can cause us to become a little forgetful, however, there are a few ways to keep your memory sharp as you get older.
Parkinson’s disease ( also known as PD) is a neurodegenerative disorder that starts off as a variety of mild symptoms and progresses slowly over the years. At New Generations, we understand Parkinson’s can be hard on both those affected and their loved ones, which is why we offer elderly day care programs that can help.