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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!

Benefits of Retirement Communities, Helping from Far Away, Building Resilience, & The Sibling Factor

Research Continues to Find Benefits of Retirement Communities Helping From Far Away How Dementia Caregivers Can Practice Building Resilience The Sibling Factor: 5 Dos and Don’ts For Caring For Aging Parents Together

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Beat the Summer Heat, Security Tips, Connecting on Father’s Day, Fall Statistics, Elder Fraud & Confessions of a Recovering Caregiver

Ways to beat the summer heat Six security tips to follow before you move your loved one into a senior-living community Promoting Connection on Father’s Day when Your Father has Dementia Falls in the Elderly: Statistics How to Spot and Stop Elder Fraud Confessions of a Recovering Caregiver

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Collaboration to Create an Inclusive Community

As the senior population continues to grow, the senior care industry is becoming increasingly more competitive. While assisted living and memory care communities continue to reach capacity, adult day programs offer a different type of care. A safe, structured environment during the day while younger caregivers go to work or...

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Signs of Alzheimer’s, Lifelong Learning, Help at Home & Living with Purpose

Trouble with Simple Financial Tasks May be Early Sign of Alzheimer’s Senior Year: Blending Senior Living with Lifelong Learning Help For The Elderly Living At Home: More Support Needed Living with Purpose during Retirement

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Memorial Day Travel Tips, Sharing Economy, Help Running Errands & Comparing CCRCs

9 Memorial Day Weekend Travel Tips for Families Impacted by Dementia The sharing economy is coming for your retirement FAQ: Can Caregivers Run Errands For Elderly Adults? Why Is Comparing CCRCs So Difficult?

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The Care Plan Conference: Making Your Voice Heard

Most caregivers with a loved one residing in a skilled nursing facility (SNF) will be asked to participate in a “care plan conference,” or a “quarterly care conference” at one time or another. Family members frequently attend these meetings at the request of the assisted living or skilled nursing facilities...

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Living Peacefully, Helping to prevent Alzheimer’s, Comparing Senior Communities, Recoering After Surgery, Active Aging, and Finding Your Tribe

My Golden Years: Allowing loved ones to live peacefully Senior Life: How the Internet can help prevent Alzheimer’s disease Comparing Rental Retirement Communities and Life Plan Communities No One To Help After Surgery: Recovery At Home Active Aging Takes on New Meaning, Grabs Global Attention as the World’s Population Jumps...

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Preventing Falls in People with a Dementia Diagnosis

If you care for a person with dementia, you know that falls are a cause for alarm. People with cognitive impairments, like Alzheimer’s disease, are more likely to experience a fall. The fall risk that accompanies age is generally tied to changes in physical health and mental well-being.  Some falls...

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Which is Better, A Degree, The Future of Housing, Light Housekeeping & Mother’s Day Gifts

Which is Better: An Independent Caregiver or Home Care Agency? Degree of dedication The future of housing looks nothing like today’s Light Housekeeping: Cleaning Help For Seniors Best Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for those We Love with Dementia  

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The Relationship with Your Caregiver, Scents of Childhood & a Celebrity Interview

Building a Strong Relationship with Your Caregiver How the Scents of Childhood Can Benefit Alzheimer’s Patients Celebrity Caregiver Interview

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