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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!

How Seniors Can Do More to Protect Their Health and Well Being

Being concerned about your well-being isn’t just something you do in your early years of life. Rather, it’s more important than ever to protect your health and well-being going into your senior years as your body takes longer to rebound from illnesses. Here are five different suggestions that you can…

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3 Tips for Staying Active After Retirement

Retirement is full of opportunities. There are new people to meet, hobbies to try, and life to live. A healthy, active lifestyle can help you make the most out of every day. Establishing an exercise routine can be daunting no matter where you are in life, but the payoff is…

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What to Do Before an Estate Sale

It’s tough to watch your parents get older. Role reversals can happen in the blink of an eye. For example, you may need to start taking care of your parents when you’re used to them taking care of you. One thing that can make the transition a little easier is…

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Steps to Keep Walking as You Age

Aging presents a number of challenges, both physical and mental. However, there are a host of actions you can take to prevent loss of mobility and stay independent. Here are some steps that will keep you up and walking with confidence. Perform Stretches One of the common effects of aging…

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Estate Planning Advice for Seniors (and Caretakers)

For a large part of your adult life, you have been working to acquire things like money, cars, houses, and businesses. Not all, but most adults do this not only to be able to enjoy their lives in the present, but to secure their futures and to leave behind a…

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6 Foods That Might Help Prevent Dementia

Dementia is a term for a significant decline in mental ability, causing symptoms such as memory loss, behavior changes and loss of language skills. There are many different forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and vascular dementia.  Preventing dementia can be difficult, but studies show that staying active,…

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Six Key Lessons in Starting a Home Care Agency

A considerable number of people need constant care and nurturing. These are elderly people, disabled people, and seriously sick patients. Due to employment or remote residence, relatives cannot take on all the worries and concerns. For this reason, they apply to special services whose duty is to provide professional care…

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How to Make Your Home More Wheelchair-Accessible

If you or the senior you love with uses a wheelchair, you’ll need to make sure your space is livable and accessible to the wheelchair-user. Here’s a brief guide on how to make your home more wheelchair accessible. Find a solution for stairs Stairs may be difficult or even impossible…

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Winter-Spring 2020 Guides

If you missed it, the following guides to senior living and care have been updated. Click to check them out: Los Angeles/Ventura County New York Metro Chicago Area St. Louis and Surrounding Area San Diego Fort Worth Area Click to order your free copy today!

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Top 5 Home Improvements for Seniors to Age in Place Comfortably

Just about everyone knows that as you age so does your mind and body. Whether you’ve done a good job of caring for your health or not, there may come a point when you’re unable to get around as efficiently as you could in years past. For some aging adults,…

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