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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!

5 Supplements Seniors Should Add to Their Regimen

As we age, the need to add different things to our diets and lifestyle increases to make sure we’re looking and feeling our best. Of course, before you start any new supplement, you want to check with your general practitioner to make sure it gets the green light. Still, all…

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How to Introduce Technology to the Senior Community

With a boom in technology, baby boomers and generations before them are unfamiliar with technology and the various devices we use day-to-day. There are multiple gadgets on the market geared toward the retirement community, whether for communication, entertainment, or helpful aids for everyday activities. Learning how to introduce technology to…

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Nutrition for Older Adults: What You Eat Matters

You may think that eating well is just about losing weight, but following a nutritious diet has many other benefits. As you age, your diet becomes your first line of defense against disease. Studies show that people who eat more fruits and vegetables have lower rates of cancer and heart…

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Five Things to Remember When You’re Helping an Elder Enter a Senior Living Facility

When you are helping a loved one enter a senior living facility, there are plenty of moving parts. With so many things to remember, it’s necessary to keep track of all the steps. Your loved one will need certain things. They may be reluctant to go into a senior living…

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4 Must-Have Travel Items for Seniors

Many people choose to travel the globe during their retirement. You’ve worked hard your whole life, saved and sacrificed, and now it’s time to enjoy the years and fruits of your labor. While there are plenty of things that each unique individual needs to have on their packing lists, there…

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Easy Ways to Do Physical Therapy at Home for Seniors

Maintaining physical well-being is especially important as a senior. Physical therapy is an excellent tool for prevention instead of treatment. Suppose physical therapy treatments are unavailable to you or your physical mobility limits you. In that case, you can easily incorporate these routines and movements as a part of your…

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Must-Bring Items When Moving Your Loved One into a Nursing Home

Moving your loved one into a nursing home can be incredibly stressful, both for you and your loved one. To make the process easier, knowing which items are essential for them to live a comfortable, productive life is critical. After all, this is the next step in their lives, and…

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Reducing the Stress of Choosing a Healthcare Provider

Your health and wellness play a vital role in the quality and span of your life. Most people learn in grade school the basics of maintaining good health through diet and nutrition, physical fitness, and steering clear of bad habits like smoking, drinking, or using drugs. Unfortunately, many ignore this…

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4 Common Scams Targeting Older Adults and How to Recognize Them

Scammers are targeting people every day in ways you may not recognize. They target all age groups, but the most at-risk age community is seniors. Some target elders because they often have more net worth. Based on a CNBC report, the median household net worth in the U.S. is $121,700,…

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5 Tips to Help Seniors With Estate Planning: How to Choose an Executor

If you own a property, estate planning is something you will do at some point in your life. Especially, if you are a senior citizen, you might have already started wondering how to allocate your assets, be it your land, house, car, or even money in your bank account, and…

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