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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!

Enriching Seniors’ Lives with Fulfilling Hobbies

The challenges of aging do not need to include giving up the things you love. In fact, it is important to help seniors remain active as they age.  Arts and crafts, keeping a pet, gardening, and meditation are all fulfilling hobbies that can keep a senior’s mind active, even as...

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Caregiver Preparations for the Holidays

by: Brent Scott As a caregiver, you may be asked by your clients or their loved ones to help out during the Holidays. From shopping for gifts to wrapping and shipping, offering this assistance is a great way to brighten up the season. To make things safe and easy, we...

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A Guide to Independent Living Communities

by: Carylanne Crowne Many people aged 55 and older try to maintain their independence by living at home. They may not realize that they are actually less independent by remaining in their old home. Independence can be limited by mortgage, property tax, and home maintenance expenses. Seniors’ health and happiness...

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Social Media — Where Is My Target Demographic?

With the decline of television viewing, and the rise of internet use and social media, it may be time to redistribute advertising budgets in a way that will reach modern audiences. But the choices are endless, and there are so many outlets, each with its own ‘personality’ and dominant demographic....

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Interesting & Helpful Articles for Seniors & Caretakers

Medicare expands access to in-home support for seniors Assisted-living communities in S. CA step up their culinary game for seniors New upscale senior living communities in FL riding the gray wave Like mother, like daughter What an Elevator Says About a CCRC Travel Guidelines For People With Memory Disorders

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Taking Falls Seriously

Can you guess how many billions of dollars in medical costs are attributable to falls amongst adults over 65? $10 billion? $20 billion? Try $50 billion.  While it’s fairly well-known that older adults are at a higher risk than other groups for experiencing a fall, as a senior or a caregiver...

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5 Things to Consider When Trying to Lose Weight At 50 Years and Beyond

by: Emily John  You may realize that your body has started to change when you reached middle age. Your clothes start getting smaller as the numbers on the scale went up. Losing weight over 50 may be quite challenging because there is a huge change in your hormones. Losing and...

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10 Things You Can Do After 60 To Stay Happy And Fit

by: Emily John Aging is an inevitable process that all of us have to go through. From being a baby to being grandparents all of us have to get there at some point. After a certain age, our bodies start to weaken and those hormones don’t work the way they...

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Tips to Start Using Social Media for Your Retirement Community

You have decided that you are ready to get started on social media marketing. You want your retirement community to get noticed and hopefully bring in a few more residents. You also want to help families stay connected, even though they are separated by distance. Unsure of getting started? Here...

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Balancing Caring for an Elder While Raising Children

At some point in most people’s lives, you’ll have to care for a family member. Whether it’s becoming a parent and raising children or helping care for a family member who has a disease or disability, there are times where you may have to step up and be there for...

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