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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!

9 Tips for Marketing Effectively to Seniors Citizens

by: Lidia Hovhan When you think of marketing to seniors you may have typical beliefs such as increasing fonts and using pictures of old people. It really isn’t quite all that. These may be common features in many businesses but the trick to getting their attention is not just all about...

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The Care Plan Conference: Making Your Voice Heard

Most caregivers with a loved one residing in a skilled nursing facility (SNF) will be asked to participate in a “care plan conference,” or a “quarterly care conference” at one time or another. Family members frequently attend these meetings at the request of the assisted living or skilled nursing facilities...

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A Strategic Mix of Advertising, Active Aging, The Most Desireable Community, Accountability, & Caregiver Benefits

Three Simple Steps to a Strategic Mix of Traditional & Digital Advertising Active Aging Takes on New Meaning, Grabs Global Attention as the World’s Population Jumps in Age Survey: Combination independent living / assisted living communities most desirable type of senior housing property Holding Team Members Accountable and Being Nice!...

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Living Peacefully, Helping to prevent Alzheimer’s, Comparing Senior Communities, Recoering After Surgery, Active Aging, and Finding Your Tribe

My Golden Years: Allowing loved ones to live peacefully Senior Life: How the Internet can help prevent Alzheimer’s disease Comparing Rental Retirement Communities and Life Plan Communities No One To Help After Surgery: Recovery At Home Active Aging Takes on New Meaning, Grabs Global Attention as the World’s Population Jumps...

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What People Look For When Choosing a Nursing Home

One of the hardest decisions we will ever face is choosing a long-term care facility for a loved one or ourselves. I will never forget the look on my mother’s face the day we left her at the local nursing home. It was a look of desperation, sadness, and betrayal....

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Preventing Falls in People with a Dementia Diagnosis

If you care for a person with dementia, you know that falls are a cause for alarm. People with cognitive impairments, like Alzheimer’s disease, are more likely to experience a fall. The fall risk that accompanies age is generally tied to changes in physical health and mental well-being.  Some falls...

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The How To Blog of the Week: Blogging, Diversity, Marketing & Re-Targeting

How To Write a Blog for Your Business When You’re Not a Writer [Video] How to Avoid Three Big Mistakes Life Plan Communities Make When Trying To Increase Diversity How to make senior living more appealing How to do Re-Targeting The Right Way

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Which is Better, A Degree, The Future of Housing, Light Housekeeping & Mother’s Day Gifts

Which is Better: An Independent Caregiver or Home Care Agency? Degree of dedication The future of housing looks nothing like today’s Light Housekeeping: Cleaning Help For Seniors Best Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for those We Love with Dementia  

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Celebrate Older Americans Month with Your Residents

Everyone has the need to feel special. Seniors can often feel as if they have been forgotten in the fast pace of the world. Older Americans Month is a great opportunity to meet friends, enjoy special activities and try sensational food. However, a designated holiday doesn’t have to be only...

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Self-Care as a Caregiver

It’s nearly impossible to take care of someone else if you’re not first taking care of your own mental and physical health. When your needs are taken care of, the person you’re caring for will benefit as well. It’s not uncommon for caregivers to experience sleep deprivation, poor eating habits,...

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