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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!

10 Healthy Habits for Leading a Successful Retirement Life

If you want to enjoy your retirement, you must find out what it means for you. Of course, you have to organize your money, make a budget and stick to it. But that’s not what retirement is all about. There are some healthy habits you can incorporate during this time to…

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5 Ways to Senior-Proof Your Home

The majority of us hope to maintain our independence and remain in the comfort of our own homes for as long as possible. Whether seniors live alone or with their families, there are a number of home renovations that can help reduce the risk of common problems seniors face as…

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Industry Articles of the Week

Assisted-living communities step up their culinary game for seniors Home Care, Social Media, and Abuse: Why It’s Important to Pay Attention to Outside Warnings How dementia care has changed, and where it is headed

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Tips to Help Seniors Move as Smoothly as Possible

By: Olivia Parker Everyone has to move at various stages of their lives. Perhaps you may need to do things a bit differently as you get older, maybe take more time; nevertheless, you can successfully complete a move just like anyone else. There is no reason you should feel like…

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Addressing Potential Client Fears Directly

  Most often, the decision to enter a nursing home is made at a point of crisis for a family that has been discussing it for some time, but has put the decision off out of fear. Marketing departments tend to avoid difficult conversations, but sometimes, speaking directly about family…

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Ten Things to Ask Before Hiring a Home Care Agency

Today’s seniors have more options available to them then ever before. One option more and more seniors are turning to when their physical capabilities diminish or while they recover from a short-term disability is to be treated in the comfort of their own homes by a personal nurse’s aide or…

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Getting Loved Ones to Accept Assisted Living

Convincing an elderly or senior loved one to move from the comfort of a home he or she has known for many years into an assisted living situation can be one of the toughest hurdles for families to accomplish. The best way is to start the conversation sooner rather than…

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