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5 Steps To Help Your Loved One Move Into Memory Care

5 Steps To Help Your Loved One Move Into Memory Care

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or any other memory-related conditions is often hard work. The thing with memory conditions with our elderly loved ones is that it never gets better. Sooner or later, you’ll have to make a tough decision. You have discussed it, thought about it, or at the very least worried about it. […]

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How to Tell Your Parents You Can Now Longer Care for Them

4 Steps in Telling Your Parents You Can Now Longer Care for Them

As children, your parents always seemed indestructible. They were wiser, stronger, and more experienced than you. However, you’ve reached a time and age where you realize that one or both your parents are getting older and frail. And as our parents age, a difficult journey begins. Things they used to do themselves have now become […]

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How to Best Manage Your Medications

You wake up in the morning, make your bed, take a shower, and put on a pot of coffee. The next step is to take your medications for the day, which are part of your medication management plan. According to the Lowen Institute, the prescribing of multiple medications to individual patients (called “polypharmacy” in the […]

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4 Ways to Maintain Positive Mental Health While Social Distancing

We need one another. During these times of unrest and social distancing, feeling connected to our friends and loved ones is challenging. Being isolated for long periods of time proves to have a prolonged negative impact on your mental health that includes depression and anxiety. Including the worries that come with the risk of contracting […]

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What no-one tells you about Medigap Insurance

Navigating the Medigap Insurance waters is often complex and hard to navigate. The different types of insurance and when to enroll can be confusing at best. In this post, we cover the top things to look for with researching and selecting Medigap Insurance. Medigap policies are sold by private insurance companies and help pay some […]

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How to Prevent Eye Loss In Seniors

Eye loss is one of the major concerns as we age. According to the CDC, there are 61 million adults that are at high risk for vision loss in the United States. The effects of aging don’t stop with wrinkles, popping knees, and grey hair. The aging process also takes its toll on your eyes. […]

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Being Prepared for COVID-19 Scams for Seniors

COVID-19 has presented quite a few challenges to the normalcy of our daily lives. From rolling lockdown to companies moving to fully remote teams, the pandemic has created distance and also brought people together. Ther’s one thing that hasn’t changed during the age of COVID-19. Scams are on the rise amongst seniors. Our post identifies […]

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5 Tips to Help Your Loved Ones with Alzheimer’s

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease can be a long, stressful, and very emotional journey. According to a most recent report by the Alzheimer’s Association, there are more than 16 million Americans who serve as unpaid caregivers for people suffering from this ailment. More than half have also been doing this for over four years. […]

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How Senior Men Can Improve Health During COVID-19

The Coronavirus pandemic is impacting the global population in drastic ways. However, in most countries, the older population is suffering the most from this viral menace. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, older people are at least twice as likely to have a serious case of Covid-19. As a result, seniors […]

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How to Keep Your Elderly Loved Ones Safe During COVID-19

How to Keep Your Elderly Loved Ones Safe During COVID-19 Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, our way of interacting with each other has changed drastically. While some locations are easing restrictions, we still need to distance ourselves socially reduce our rate of infection and flatten the curve. However, the elderly still need assistance and socialization […]

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