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5 Things You Should Know About Fitness for Seniors

These are supposed to be the best years of your life — the retirement years, the golden years. Your quality of life will likely be a result of two lifestyle factors: diet and exercise. One of the benefits of keeping fit is increased mobility and balance–two factors that are of…

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How to Make Your Senior Community More Eco-Friendly

As the world becomes more concerned about environmental issues, the demand for greener facilities continues to grow. Retirement communities, nursing homes, and other senior communities are no exception. People of all ages want to do their part to protect the world they live in, and they know that true change…

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5 Key Things to Look for in an Independent Living Community

Are you looking for a great independent living community for yourself or a loved one? Maybe you’re just testing the waters to see what’s out there. Almost 90% of residents living in independent living communities are enjoying their time there, and nearly as many would recommend it to a friend….

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White House Announces in 2021 $35 Max Copay for Medicare Beneficiaries that Use Insulin

The majority of people in the United States diagnosed with diabetes are Medicare beneficiaries. Of the Medicare beneficiaries with diabetes, 3.3 million rely on some form of insulin to manage their disease. Insulin has been the leading treatment for diabetes for 100 years now. In 1910, a researcher realized one…

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4 Tips to Help Seniors Successfully Apply for SSD Benefits

You may have worked hard your whole life when an injury strikes and takes you out of the game. For seniors that haven’t reached the mandatory retirement age of 65 and become injured or disabled, there are many questions and concerns about their future. The most important thing to know…

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Dallas County Offers New Emergency Housing Assistance Program

Dallas County Health and Human Services is offering an emergency housing assistance program (EHAP), funded through the CARES Act, to provide short-term rental, mortgage, and utility assistance to low income Dallas County residents living outside of the City of Dallas econimically affected by the COVID-19 epidemic. Applications are processed through…

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Managing Aches and Pains in the Elderly

As one ages, aches and pains become a common occurrence. However, there are instances where these pains can be a symptom of underlying health problems. For this reason, managing aches and pains have become a challenge for geriatric medical practitioners. Those with advanced age often complain of arthritis, cancer, and…

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Dealing with Aging Parents: How to Keep Them Happy and Healthy

The last thing any parent wants is for their children to worry about them—and that concern only grows as they age. It can be difficult, though, dealing with aging parents as they grow older and face more struggles, even if they’re in excellent health. Luckily, there are plenty of ways…

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4 Questions to Ask When Touring Assisted Living Communities 

One of the most important decisions that you will ever make is finding the best-assisted living facility for your elderly parent. Assisted living is housing with support services for people who need help with daily living activities. Unlike a nursing home, a resident does not need professional medical care.  Here…

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Must-Know Tips about the Digital Marketing for Senior Living Facilities

Having a marketing strategy goes a long way in boosting the revenue of any business within the economy. All companies, including senior living facilities, ought to take up the challenge to make their services known among the fast aging baby boomer generation. However, high-living enterprises have difficulties as it’s a…

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