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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!

Respite Care, Post-Acute Care, Long-Distance Caregiving, Misleasing Info, Art Therapy, and Scams

Respite Care: 8 Frequently Asked Questions Is It Really Better to Get Post-Acute Care at Home? Long Distance Caregiving: Assessing Needs Misleading Information for Consumers Art therapy sessions help seniors relax, relieve stress Senior’s weakness for scams may be warning sign of dementia

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A Guide to Elder Abuse Prevention

Elder abuse is a reality for 1 in 10 American seniors. Researchers estimate that people only report 1 in 14 cases. Family, friends, and caregivers are all possible perpetrators of elderly abuse towards seniors living at home. While not a new occurrence, researchers expect elder abuse reporting to increase along with...

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Caregiving & Reducing The Stress of a Move

How to Prevent Caregiver Stress 7 Essential Do’s and Don’ts for People Caring for Caregivers Resources to Reduce the Stress of Moving to a CCRC Alzheimer’s Daily Care Plan

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Nutrition Tips for Alzheimer’s Communities

There is a saying that suggests that, “You are what you eat.” Food is an important part of our everyday lives and the healthier you eat, the healthier you will be. Oddly, when you are younger, you can eat more of the “bad” foods and remain healthy but for senior...

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Tips for Living with Dementia, CCRC Finances, Congnitive Assessments, Caregivers Book Club, & Aging in Place

Living with Dementia – 51 Tips to Help You With Daily Living The Intersection of CCRC Finances & Occupancy Results Cognitive assessments lacking, but caregivers can help Cruising Through Caregiving* Virtual Book Club Aging in Place: A Real Choice

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Continuum: Private Duty Home Care and Family Partners: Day Services/Residential Home with Barth Holohan

Barth Holohan is the president and founder of Continuum: Private Duty Home Care and the co-founder of Family Partners: Day Services/Residential Home. He started his home care business in 2002, his day services business in 2008 and his residential home business in 2017. Barth has been in the healthcare industry...

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Staying in your Home vs Moving, Long Distance Caregiving, Grocery Shopping Help, & Delaying Dementia

Crunch the Numbers: Staying in Your Home vs. Moving to a CCRC Long Distance Caregiving: Assessing Needs Grocery Shopping for Elderly Adults: A Senior Shopping Service You May Need New Study Explores How Active Lifestyles Could Delay Onset Of Dementia

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Care Management, Benefits of Volunteering, Brain Games, Self-Esteem Activites

Partnering with a Care Manager Benefits of Volunteering for Seniors Game On: Can Brain Games Improve Your Memory? Elderly Self-Esteem: Activities For Seniors To Improve Confidence

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4 Ways Caregivers Can Tell if Sleep is Affecting a Senior’s Wellbeing

As we age, we all sleep less. In fact, seniors sleep less than any other age group, despite the fact that proper rest is a crucial factor in maintaining good health. Sleep helps prevent both long and short-term illnesses as well as stress-related issues, problems that often plague the senior...

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Money Management, Grandparent-Led Families, Wellness and Relationships

Senior Money Management: Programs, Services, and Assistance Labor of Love: The Challenges Faced by Grandparent-Led Families Wellness Resolutions for 2019 Love, Care and Relationships

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