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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!

Veteran’s Day Message

Thank You to our Veterans and the many caregivers that care for them.  

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Guide to Caring for Elderly Parents at Home

It’s tough to watch your parents get older. They may experience health issues or need more help performing day-to-day tasks. One way to ensure your parents get the care they need is to have them move in with you. These simple tips on caring for elderly parents at home will…

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Can’t Wait to Become a Grandparent or Great-Granparent? Plan a Gender Reveal at Your Senior Community!

Many retirees look forward to being grandparents and even great-grandparents. Those already with grandkids are excited about having more free time to spend with them, while those waiting on their children to become parents of their own are eager to spoil them rotten right out of the gate.  If your…

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How Retirees Can Use Rental Property for Better Cash Flow

As we approach the end of our working life and inch closer to retirement, many people worry about ensuring they have reliable income streams established.  With this in mind, recent retirees and those soon to be retired should consider owning rental property. Rental property ownership is one of the best…

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4 of the Best Hobbies for New Retirees

One of the biggest struggles for new retirees is finding things to keep themselves busy and productive. Fortunately, retirement is the perfect time to learn or try something new, and you can often find plenty of opportunities to do so in your town or retirement community. When you’re searching for…

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Caring for a Senior with Vision Impairment

  Low vision and vision loss are common occurrences in adults over the age of 60. Like other parts of the body, as you age, your eyesight weakens. Though common, living with low vision can be a scary time in a person’s life. They will ultimately need to rely on…

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6 Things That Every Senior Citizen Should Have

As people age, they become more and more dependent on others. It is never a good feeling to have your basic needs being fulfilled by someone, but as children or relatives, it is our duty to help take care of them. By providing seniors with things that increase their independence…

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How Technology Is Changing The Senior Living Industry

The senior living industry is about to experience a major tech transformation, according to the Perkins Eastman 2019 report “The State of Senior Living”. In a survey conducted among approximately 200 C-suite industry leaders, technology emerged as the second biggest disruptor for the industry. But how exactly can technology disrupt…

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4 Ways to Increase the Safety of Seniors Who Have Fallen

Falls are the primary cause of injuries in seniors, and 1 in 4 Americans aged 65 and over falls every year. They naturally have a fear of falling again and so limit their social life. With just a few changes in their lives, however, they can more safely enjoy their golden…

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Help! My Mom Doesn’t Want to Move!

Moving can hold frightening and unpleasant connotations for the seniors in our lives. Many of our parents and grandparents have sown precious memories into their homes. You can’t blame them for not wanting to leave, but sometimes it becomes necessary. Here are three ways you can help transition your loved…

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