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New LifeStyles Senior Living & Care Blog

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!

Guest Bloggers Wanted

Do you offer a senior living or care product or service unique to your area? Do you wish more people knew about it? Let us help you spread the word! New LifeStyles is looking for guest bloggers for 2015 for our end user blog as well as our industry blog. Tell seniors and…

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What do you use to build and track your marketing plan?

It’s the New Year again, a time when changing and improving not only yourself but your marketing plan is a must. One great way to keep your community on the up is to evaluate you marketing plan. How you organize your marketing strategies are important factors to keep you organized…

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Improve Memory in a Few Easy Steps

  Alison Johnston, is a Denver based writer who enjoys writing about overall health and mental wellness. Everyone’s memory needs an occasional boost. But for people living with dementia, knowing how to improve memory recall can make profound differences in their lives and the lives of their families. Spending time…

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What Exactly is In Home Care?

  Alison Johnston, is a Denver based writer who enjoys writing about overall health and mental wellness. What is in home care? In home care provides assistance to allow the client to stay in their homes, instead of staying in a hospital, nursing home, or a rehabilitation facility. In home…

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Bonding with Grandparents

Many kid’s grandparents live far away or around the corner. Some children see their grandparents on a regular basis where others only see them during visits for the summer or holidays. Regardless there are a number of ways for them to stay connected and involved in each other lives. As…

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Board and Care or Traditional Assisted Living?

In the search for Assisted Living, many people do not know that there are several options available to them. In addition to the standard Assisted Living Communities, there is also an increasing amount of Board and Care Homes that provide many of the same services. There are several differences between…

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Senior care and the need for a private-pay, or hospital advocate

  Senior care, particularly for a loved one in the hospital, can be times of high stress on many fronts. Most often, the hospital stay can begin fairly smoothly. You’re happy with the staff, and are even more at ease because you were able to catch the doctor on his rounds…

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The Keys to Living 90+

  Men and women above the age of 90 are now the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. population.  There are currently nearly 2 million nonagenarians in the U.S. and that number is projected to quadruple by 2050.  A research study launched in 2003 by UC Irvine and the National Institute…

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A Caregiver for all Seasons…Doubtful: How do I know if I have the right caregiver?

Hiring the right caregiver is a challenging process. Whether you hire a home care company to provide your loved one with a caregiver or you hire the caregiver yourself….it’s doubtful that you will find that one perfect match.  Perhaps you do find that perfect caregiver but they will not work for the…

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Going on a Vacation? Respite Care Could Be An Option For You

  Did you know that there are millions of unpaid caregivers in the senior care industry? But these caregivers don’t work in nursing homes orAssisted Living Communities. They are people like me and you, taking care of our loved ones independently. When it comes to the normal day to day…

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