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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!

World’s Best Places to Retire

Every day in the USA, around 10,000 people reach the age of 65, when many people retire from working. Some will work longer and others will retire early, but the age of 65 is when most people decide to end their careers. While some of these people will retire in…

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5 Easy Steps to Boost Your Social Connections

Many seniors want to boost social connections. This desire is healthy and supports optimal health. There are 5 specific steps we can take to build connection, foster a sense of belonging, and boost social interactions. Let’s look at the practical steps you can take. These steps are easy, fast, and…

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Factors to Consider When Choosing Mobility Aids for Seniors

As a caregiver, you want to ensure that your loved one has the best quality of life possible. However, when your loved one has limited mobility and can no longer safely access different areas of their home, their quality of life inevitably falters. Even with assisted living programs, it’s still…

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Male Health Problems: 6 Concerns To Look Out For As You Age

There are a range of health problems that affect men more than women, either for biological reasons or social. As you get older, you might notice that these issues become more prevalent, which means that you need to be aware of them. Keep reading and we’ll outline some common male…

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The Best Reasons to Get a Power Lift Chair

Power lift chairs are quickly becoming the premier way to create a comfortable sitting area for those who have mobility trouble. These chairs make it extremely easy to get in and out of them while providing a safe method of operation. In fact, these chairs are so safe that you…

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6 Assistive Technology Tools for a More Independent Elder

If you are taking care of an elder, you can greatly benefit from using assistive technology to encourage them to be more independent. Since technology has made several leaps and bounds, there are a myriad of easy-to-use tools and devices that you can get for senior citizens in order to…

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Hypothyroidism and Older Adults

Research suggests that 1 in 4 older adults in nursing homes have undiagnosed hypothyroidism. However, it often goes unidentified and untreated because we attribute the symptoms to other health conditions like cardiovascular disease. Yet, treating hypothyroidism in older adults can have powerful benefits on your overall health and well-being. Suppose…

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Ways to Combat the Growing Issue of Seniors and Loneliness

One of the reasons people look forward to retirement is the increased time to do things they enjoy, like hobbies, traveling, and spending time with loved ones. However, what isn’t considered is the increased loneliness that comes with age. Unfortunately, as they age, seniors lose significant others, relatives, and friends…

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7 Reasons Medical Alert Systems Are Crucial in Senior Care

Medical alert systems can play a huge role in the health and wellbeing of seniors. Are you a caregiver for your parents? Or perhaps you live alone and are starting to think about extra layers of protection for your health and safety.  In either scenario, obtaining a medical alert system…

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Issues Family Members of Seniors Commonly Experience

Most older Americans need no help at all from others. In fact, a lot of them are too busy helping others or contributing to their families, workplaces, and communities in other ways. That said, some older people will eventually need a bit of assistance from others. Here’s a quick look…

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