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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!

Friday Article Links: Social Media Tips and the Value of Squeeze Pages

Social Media Policy: What Your Company Needs to Include Refundable Entry Fees: Time for a Change The Value of Squeeze Pages Why They Don’t Care if You Treat Residents “Like Family” Language Barriers in Home Health Put Patient Outcomes at Risk  

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Thursday Article Links: Home Safety Tips for Seniors and Families

Spring and Summer Homemaking Checklist for Seniors Tips for Making Your Elderly Parent’s Home Safer Some ABC’s for Every Alzheimer’s Caregiver

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Marketing Your Community and Products to Seniors

Although more and more seniors are using the Internet for their news and even getting on Facebook as a way to stay in touch with their families, some of them still like to have a paper in their hands. Marketing your community and products to seniors online is great, but…

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Senior Caregiving: Parenting Your Parent

We never expect to become parents to our own parents, but as they age, their need to hold onto their independence conflicts with our responsibility to make sure they are safe and receiving the best care. It’s hard to know exactly when it’s time to transition from being a concerned…

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The Longest Day

The Longest Day takes place on the summer solstice, Wednesday, 6/21/17. It is an event put on by the Alzheimer’s Association to “raise funds and awareness for care and support while advancing research toward the first survivor of Alzheimer’s.” The New LifeStyles Walkers will be stepping that day to hit…

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Conducting the Perfect Tour at Your Senior Living Community

When it comes to senior living, tours are an opportunity to showcase your community and close a deal, so you must be prepared and organized. In today’s market, the prospective resident is likely to already be informed about senior living before they walk through your doors for a tour, and…

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Senior Caregiving: Helping Your Loved One Declutter

As we get older, we can have the tendency to collect things, some necessary and some that we can completely do without. So it is not uncommon for seniors to end up with a lot of clutter. Perhaps you have been wondering what you can do to help your mom,…

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May Day

May 1 can mean many things to many people. Here are a few and how they may apply to your community/company: May Day – International Worker’s Day, how is the morale with your staff? How is turnover? When I talked to families, professionals, etc. about communities, the number one thing…

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Thursday Article Links: Staying Active in Your Golden Years

    4 Must-Dos of Retirement Planning Seniors and Springtime Allergies Staying Active in Your Golden Years: The Importance of Exercise for Older Adults Caregiving on the Go Self-Advocacy Tips for Young Caregivers

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Choosing the Appropriate Senior Living Community with Brenda Dever-Armstrong

When you or your loved one decide that living in a senior living community is better than aging in place at home, the next step is to find the appropriate place. There are many choices to make and things to take into consideration. Whether you are looking at independent living,…

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