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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!

February Blues?

For my money, February is way down the list of favorite months of the year.  One of its attractions is the Super Bowl, which was pretty much a super bust.  Luckily it’s a short month and we will soon be in March and springtime, welcoming warmer weather and a lot...

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Volunteering, Independence, CCRCs, and Nursing Home Visits

Help others, help yourself Senior Independence: Aging and Loss of Independence Why Adult Children of CCRC Residents Opt for a CCRC Too Making Nursing Home Visits Meaningful

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Seniors & Technology: Why Smart Glasses Are the Future

Science fiction authors have written extensively about bionic body parts. Smart glasses are not bionic but are a very real and current example of advanced technology, and now their creators have seniors in mind. Gone are the days of having several different pairs of glasses depending on what one needs...

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Caregiver Stress, Home Care Options, Travel Program, Lead Generation, & a Tax Deduction

Advising Your Clients About Caregiver Stress Reiterating the Difference in Home Care Options Helps Families Make the Best Decisions for Loved Ones Kisco Launches Forbes Travel Guide, ‘Lattice’ Programs to Boost Workforce Lead Generation Outlook for 2019 20% tax deduction awaits some assisted living operators but eludes skilled nursing providers  

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What’s in a Name, The Decision Process, What Concerns Seniors, The Brady Bunch, Hearing Issue Confusion and Caring for Caregivers

Old Timer, Senior Citizen, Elderly Person: What’s in a Name? 6 Key Considerations for Your CCRC Decision Process Senior Lifestyles: What concerns seniors today? Yours, Mine, Ours: A Brady Bunch Holiday What seems like a memory issue may be a hearing issue instead 7 Essential Do’s and Don’ts for People...

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4 Practical Devices Caregivers Might Recommend for Seniors Aging-In-Place

As youngsters, we work hard to gain independence. However, that precious treasure can be threatened as we age due to decreased mobility and other physical limitations. Thankfully, there are many safety products to help seniors and their families with these issues. And with the help of these products, home modifications,...

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Medication Management Tips for Seniors and Their Caregivers

by: James Fleming If your aging parent is one of the 80 percent of older adults in the U.S. with a chronic illness, chances are you’re no stranger to a daily medication regimen. Ordering, refilling, organizing, and administering medicine is oftentimes one of the most important jobs a caregiver will do. The...

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Best Article of the Week for Our Senior Living Industry Partners

Senior Living Providers Must Avoid 2 Common Missteps One Word That Should be Removed from Senior Living Lingo Family Taking a Bigger Role in Home Care Due to Low Wages for Visiting Nurses in Some States The top trends that will shape senior living and care in 2019 Why Even...

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Hobbies, Living Well, Getting Organized & Financial Caregiving

Click below to read some helpful articles published this week: Hobbies for Seniors Living well as we age Helping a Senior Get Organized Financial Caregiving

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Exercise Options for Seniors in Independent Living Communities

As seniors age, they start to slow down and health deteriorates. However, little low-impact exercise on a daily can make a big difference for health, lifestyle, longevity, mental acuity and much more. That’s why seniors should make a special effort to stay active. There are a few activities which are...

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