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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!

Medication Management Tips for Seniors and Their Caregivers

by: James Fleming If your aging parent is one of the 80 percent of older adults in the U.S. with a chronic illness, chances are you’re no stranger to a daily medication regimen. Ordering, refilling, organizing, and administering medicine is oftentimes one of the most important jobs a caregiver will do. The...

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Hobbies, Living Well, Getting Organized & Financial Caregiving

Click below to read some helpful articles published this week: Hobbies for Seniors Living well as we age Helping a Senior Get Organized Financial Caregiving

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A Cheapskate’s Guide, Caregiver Wishes and Furry Friends

The Cheapskate’s Guide to Retirement Ten Caregiver Wishes for 2019 A furry friend for the elderly community

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Senior Living & Caregiving Links of the Week

How to care for a parent who couldn’t care for you Fall prevention strategies lower hospitalizations among older adults: study What Is the Difference Between Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease? How can aging in place impact your family? Finding Money, Resources & Programs that Can Help with Caregiving

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4 Ways Caregivers Can Improve Communication Between a Client and Their Distant Loved Ones

by: Brent Scott If you’re a caregiver, you see first-hand how powerful family interaction and support is on a client’s health and mental wellbeing. It’s been said that communication is key, and as we have shared in the past, effectively speaking to your senior client is the best way to...

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Information on Florence, When a Senior Refuses to Eat, Fall Detection, Social Isolation, Living with Alzheimer’s, New New York Voucher System, Tai Chi, and What Home Care Professionals Need From You

Trying To Protect Seniors, The Most Vulnerable, From Formidable Foe Florence Elderly Parent Refuses Help: What to Do Updated Apple Watch can detect falls, and HomePod wireless speaker has new features The Key Difference Between Social Isolation & Loneliness I Had Alzheimer’s. But I Wasn’t Ready to Retire Special Needs...

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Senior Living and Care Links – 8/30/18

Smart Homes Increasing the Reach of Home Care for a Growing Majority of Patients Caring for Aging Parents, With an Eye on the Broker Handling Their Savings “Being here feels right”: A Firsthand Account of Moving to a CCRC Part II: Finding a place to call home Facing Alzheimer’s may...

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