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New LifeStyles Senior Living & Care Blog

We know that it can be tough, finding care for a loved one, or taking care of them yourself. So we offer our end users a blog with information on care giving, choosing a community, senior living and care news and just for fun!

Decluttering and Organizational Tips for Residential Care Homes

Many businesses start out in an organized manner but as they grow, they become more and more disorganized. There might be less space in their offices. Their files might be all over the place. They might have enough staff in certain positions but there might be a lack of employees...
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Protecting Your Loved Ones From Toxins

By: Rachel Lynch Caring for a loved one is no easy task, and the number of Americans who take on the arduous role is astronomical. In the last 12 months, 34.2 million Americans have provided unpaid care to an adult age 50 or older. Making the choice about what type...
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July Online Stats – Up, Up, Up!

With the launch of our new site came a very nice increase in traffic. We saw a 17% increase in sessions over June, with >70% of traffic coming from organic searches. The New York Metro area led the way with the most sessions, followed by Dallas, New Jersey, Chicago, Los...
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Six Simple Money Management Tips for Seniors

By: James Fleming Unless you’re very lucky, you pretty much never reach an age where you stop worrying about money. In fact, retirement can often be a time when seniors worry about money the most. Because of this, about twenty percent of seniors are actually putting off retirement because they’re...
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Something New at New LifeStyles

On July 15th, the latest version of NewLifeStyles.com went live.  It’s not a complete overhaul, but an updated site with some new features and a lot of programming dedicated to search engine optimization and increasing leads to our partners. Just in the first week, these changes have led to an...
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Advertising End of Life Care: A Delicate Balance

It is difficult for anyone, client or provider, to adopt the right tone when speaking of hospice care. Maintaining positivity while showing respect for potential clients who are grieving is a delicate balance, but it is one worth chasing. Finding the right words attracts more clients to your services, but...
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Tips to Help Seniors Move as Smoothly as Possible

By: Olivia Parker Everyone has to move at various stages of their lives. Perhaps you may need to do things a bit differently as you get older, maybe take more time; nevertheless, you can successfully complete a move just like anyone else. There is no reason you should feel like...
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Weekly Senior Care Industry Links – 7/27/2018

Occupancy And Active Adult Communities Senior Living Interior Design Evolves to Meet Boomers’ Tastes The Age of Disruption: Part I, The Wolf at the Door 3 Ways Brands Are Using Virtual Reality Right Now Building a Web site Optimized for Paid Media Discrimination lawsuit sparks awareness campaign around senior living LGBT...
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Weekly Senior Living and Caregiving Links

Building Your Care Team Positive Aging: Changing Your Mindset About Growing Older How Can We Get Mom to Exercise? Google is mulling a new market for Nest smart home products: seniors The Right Lighting Can Calm Alzheimer’s Patients  
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Home Care Assisted Living

As we get older, our bodies as well as our minds change. For many, lives can become very static for the last few decades of life. We become set in our routines, surrounded by objects and mementos that remind us of our lives and personal history. It is a comfort...
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