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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!

Sell Smarter, Design Trends, Simulation Learning, Memory Care Sector Recovery, Home Care Retention

Sell Smarter, The Work is Hard Enough! Senior Living Design Trends: Flexibility Comes First Keep it real with evidence-based simulation learning Hard-Hit Memory Care Sector Faces Slow Road to Recovery Creative Pay, Staffing Strategies Vital To Boosting Home-Based Care Retention

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The Best Medical Alerts, Self-care for the Caregiver, CCRC Cost vs Value, Sleep Changes and Help with Caregiving

Best Medical Alert Systems Of 2019 Self-care for the Caregiver One CCRC Resident’s Experience with Cost vs. Value Everything You Need To Know About How Sleep Changes When You Age Finding Money, Resources & Programs that Can Help with Caregiving

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The Power of a Familiar Face

The mind is such a powerful thing. Realizing that you may not have complete control over your mind and memories is enough to breed many insecurities and fear.  Lack of control in your own mind is a betrayal of sorts. It often leads to the fight or flight response when...

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Stay Active During Retirement While Still Having Fun

by: Jordan Fuller Why It’s Never Too Late to Pick Up Golf For many people, golf and retirement go hand in hand. The goal of retirement is to move to a sunny climate like Florida, Arizona, or in Austin CCRC, live on a golf course and play every single day....

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Improved Health & Quality of Life for Residents, 3 Tips for Videos, Improve Your Social Media Channels, & Commone Challenges

‘Point person’ for questions leads to improved health, quality of life for senior living residents Before You Shoot a Minute of Video, Do These 3 Things! How to Improve Your Social Media Channels Many Perspectives on Common Challenges

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White Lies, The Value of Community, Consider a Community Sooner, & Social Isolation

Loving White Lies The Value of Community at a CCRC Many residents never even considered moving to retirement community Social Isolation: Overcoming This Health Crisis

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Tips for Caregivers Who Want To Be the Best They Can Be

If you are a caregiver or planning to be a caregiver in the near future, you should know that one of the most critical things you can do is make a conscious effort to stay productive. Continually work on yourself and don’t fall into a slump or routine that may...

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8 Strategies for Caregivers to Reduce Fatigue and Avoid the Burnout

by: Susan Ashby You have become a caregiver. It may be a temporary need for help, or it may be a permanent situation. As a family caregiver, you have chosen to take on the responsibility for another person, and that decision comes with many stresses—especially if the senior you are...

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Crisis Communication Planning, VPN, the Middle-Market, Bridging the Communication Gap

3 Steps to Mitigate Damage to Your Reputation Through Crisis Communications Planning What’s a Virtual Private Network? And Why Do We Care? How Affinity, Presbyterian Homes Are Carving Out a Middle-Market Niche Bridging the Communication Gap Between Your Senior Living Community and Prospects  

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How to Decrease Your Alzheimer’s Risk, Long-Distance Caregiving, What Home Care Needs From You, Considerations When Looking For a Senior Community

Doing these five things could decrease your risk of Alzheimer’s by 60 percent, new study says The Challenge of Long-Distance Caregiving Top Ten Things Home Care Professionals Need from Family Caregivers Questions to Ask and Things to Consider When Looking For a Senior Living Community

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