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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!

The Importance of Winter Exercise for Seniors

When the weather gets cooler, it’s easy to find excuses to stay inside. All of a sudden, the blustery wind, icy sidewalks, and contagious illnesses make not venturing outside much more appealing, particularly for seniors. But, as a result, physical activity decreases, especially with age. Staying active as a senior…

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Advantages and Drawbacks to Continuing Care Communities

Continuing care today often means residence at a site which offers varying degrees of services from independent living, to assisted living, to round the clock nursing home care. Continuing care communities are the best choice for many. They offer the option of convenient transfer into a full time nursing facility…

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How Learning New Skills Can Affect Seniors’ Life Quality

Seniors are often encouraged to be active, but being out and about doesn’t cut it. Only certain activities are likely to yield benefits for senior citizens. Science tells us learning new mentally demanding skills keeps an ageing mind sharp and thus improves quality of life. By learning how to preserve…

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Social Successful Senior Living Advice To Memorize

The socially-active seniors are much more likely to live a longer life than seniors that live in complete isolation. This is why it is really important for both your mind and your body to remain social, no matter how long life is. The problem is usually that people are used…

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Tips for Travelling with a Cane

Travelling with a cane can often prove challenging, especially if you intend to take a plane, so you may wonder whether you can bring your cane with you without checking it. If you use a cane to assist with mobility, the answer is yes, but you should still consider these…

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How to Protect Seniors from Identity Theft

Though you may not think of it as a threat to be wary of, identity theft is a serious crime that we must treat with caution. There are actually several types of identity theft, and many of these can affect the seniors we care for. From social security identity theft…

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How to Set a Retirement Budget

Everyone should enjoy their retirement. It’s a time to kick up your feet and look back on everything you’ve accomplished. However, you can’t go into your retirement completely carefree—you’ll still need to think about some important things before you retire. Soon-to-be retirees must set budgets for when they stop working…

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In Pictures: The Differences between Palliative Care and Hospice Care

Today, lives are changed continually by Alzheimer’s. This slow disease is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. The pain and devastation happen even before a patient’s passing. Alzheimer’s disease can take a toll not only on the person affected but also on the loved ones. Thus,…

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4 Essential Retirement Planning Tips

Retirement is a stage of life you can look forward to, and you’ll get the most out of this time if you’ve carefully planned for it. If you begin to budget and organize things ahead of time, you can be sure to live out your golden years in comfort. To…

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The Best Ways to Avoid Getting Sick this Winter

Winter comes with a lot of baggage, which includes potentially getting sick. However, due to so many work and holiday obligations, getting sick this time of year can cause some massive headaches. To remain healthy, try some of these ways to avoid getting sick in the winter. Use a Humidifier…

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