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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!

Weekly Links – 7/12/18

Preventing Falls and Fear Family Caregivers Exchange Tips, Share Stories To Ease Alzheimer’s Losses 4 Ways to Pay for Long-Term Care Services Managing multiple medications can be a full time job

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Weekly Links – 7/5/18

  Senior Self-Neglect and What Families Can Do About It The Four Primary Kinds of Care ProvidersWeatherization Program for Seniors

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Weekly Links 6/28/18

Starting the Conversation: Approaches for Helping Your Loved Ones Survey: Older adults prefer assisted living over home health or nursing home care Transportation Innovations Offer Seniors Safer Travel Options ‘Social frailty,’ depression linked in study UTI Care Plan: Urinary Tract Infection in Elderly Adults

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Weekly Article Links – 5/31/18

Lifelong Learning: Good for Seniors’ Minds & Bodies When Caregiving is Not Enough – Finding Good Homecare People living with Alzheimer’s disease may feel anxious or agitated

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Home Care: Complications of a Stroke

A stroke happens when a blood vessel gets blocked or it ruptures. The brain is not able to get enough blood and oxygen so it is unable to continue to work normally. Eventually, brain cells die. There are many complications of a stroke and these include: Each person who suffers...

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This Week’s Links

Podcast: What’s a Caregiving-Friendly Community? Senior Nutrition in Aging Fall prevention gets harder when elderly leave hospital 5 Wheelchair VanShopping Tips Medicaid Divorce: Maybe . . . Maybe Not.

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Senior Living & Care: 5 Tips For Seniors To Keep Their Balance, and Stay On Their Feet

Keeping our balance is one of those things we often take for granted, just like walking, or breathing easy. However, as we get older, these things that were once easy can turn into chores. Or, in some cases, genuinely difficult tasks. If falls are a serious risk for you, whatever...

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6 Senior Living & Caregiving Links for the Week

Home Modification Checklist Taking Control of Elderly Parents’ Finances 4 Helpful Ways To Stop Caregiver Guilt March-April Issue of Caregiver Magazine 16 Inspirational Quotes For Caregivers What If There’s No Space in the CCRC Healthcare Center When I Need It?

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Simple Way to Promote Independence in Seniors | Bed Rails

Are you a senior living with a chronic condition like diabetes, heart disease, or stroke? You’re not alone. In fact, the National Council on Aging reports that nearly 80% of all older adults in the U.S. have at least one chronic disease. The very process of aging can make day to day...

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5 Signs That a Switch from Home Care to Nursing Home Care May be Necessary for Your Loved One

Families may care for their loved one at home for as long as possible, or the senior may remain at home independently with caregivers coming into the home or at an assisted living community. Sometimes, due to aging and illness, it may become necessary to consider nursing home care because home care is no longer...

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