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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!

Crisis Communication Planning, VPN, the Middle-Market, Bridging the Communication Gap

3 Steps to Mitigate Damage to Your Reputation Through Crisis Communications Planning What’s a Virtual Private Network? And Why Do We Care? How Affinity, Presbyterian Homes Are Carving Out a Middle-Market Niche Bridging the Communication Gap Between Your Senior Living Community and Prospects  

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How to Decrease Your Alzheimer’s Risk, Long-Distance Caregiving, What Home Care Needs From You, Considerations When Looking For a Senior Community

Doing these five things could decrease your risk of Alzheimer’s by 60 percent, new study says The Challenge of Long-Distance Caregiving Top Ten Things Home Care Professionals Need from Family Caregivers Questions to Ask and Things to Consider When Looking For a Senior Living Community

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What Are Medicaid Waivers

by: Matthew Boyle As we age, our ability to perform day-to-day tasks weakens, in fact, some individuals require the help of an assisted living facility or caregiver in order to perform these daily functions. Unfortunately, the cost of assisted living, nursing homes, and caregivers can add up and in some...

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Unpaid Caregivers, Sharing Pricing, Occupancy, and Company Culture

How to care for the unpaid caregivers in your workforce The 3 Most Powerful Reasons to Share Pricing on Your Website . . . and 3 Reasons People Don’t Senior Housing Occupancy Falls in Q2, Assisted Living Reaches New Low 5 Ways to Build and Maintain Good Company Culture

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Don’t Delay, Hiring a Caregiver, Discussing Cognitive Problems Sooner, & A Sweet Story

5 Reasons to Make Your CCRC Move Sooner Than Later Hiring an In-Home Caregiver: What You Don’t Know Could Hurt You New Alzheimer’s Campaign Encourages Families to Discuss Cognitive Problems Sooner, Enabling Early Diagnosis More than a nurse, a friend

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Why Self Care for Caregivers Is So Important

Caregiving can take a toll on you, both mentally and physically. It is all too common to lose sight of yourself while spending most of your time dedicated to your patients. Although this will bring an immeasurable amount of joy into your life, it can simultaneously begin to have subtle...

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Seniors & Food: Foods for Healthy Brain Function and Reduced Inflammation.

Maintain muscle, fight inflammation and improve brain function with a few simple additions to your diet.  Here is a list of foods that pack an energy punch as well as help reduce inflammation in your body and boost your brain function. A perk of each of these foods is that...

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How Pedometers Can Encourage Exercise in Your Senior Residents

Walking is one of the simplest and easiest ways to stay active, and with a low risk for injury, it’s a great option for seniors looking to improve their physical health. But how much should one walk to really see a significant difference in their health? While the number does...

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17 Ways To Make A Home Safe For Seniors

by: Natasha Woods Most people think about aging and picture themselves retiring in a safe home that they love. Research has found that 87% of seniors have the goal of spending their last years living in their own home. There is absolutely nothing wrong with that but unfortunately, most homes...

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Increasing Resident Comfort, ROI of Recruitment Management, Social Media, and Data Breaches

Increase residents’ comfort with better maintenance How to Measure the ROI of Your Recruitment Marketing The Secret Social Media Channel You Should Be Using With Data Breaches on the Rise, Home Health Providers Especially Vulnerable

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