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Communication Tips for Alzheimer’s

Does your loved one struggle with Alzheimer’s disease? If so, you know first-hand that communication can feel very frustrating. In fact, over 5 million Americans in the United States — and their family members — experience the frustration, feelings of being overwhelmed and anger...
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Mental Illness in Seniors

Mental Illness in Seniors: Approaching the Difficult Topic

Many people in their senior years struggle with mental illness. In fact, approximately 14 to 20 percent of seniors have at least one mental health challenge, according to the National Academy of Sciences. At first, symptoms might be subtle — changes in mood, changes in sleep...
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Taking Care of Yourself

Taking Care of You: 5 Self-Care Habits

5 Self-Care Habits You Should Know We love our family members, and when they get ill or need extra assistance, we quickly step into the caregiving role. And while caregiving is very important, it’s also exhausting. If our loved one has health issues, we might be navigating from...
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Is Your Loved One Feeling Isolated?

Loved One Feeling Isolated? It Might Be Time for a Change …

Is your loved one feeling isolated? As our loved ones age, especially if they’ve lost a spouse, they might find themselves spending more time alone. In fact, nearly 11 million people age 65 years or older live alone, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. And for some seniors, this...
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Senior Nutrition

Senior Nutrition: 5 Myths About Senior Nutrition Debunked

Senior Nutrition Myths Debunked Have you wondered if your elderly loved one is getting adequate nutrition? Or have you been worried about their eating habits and lack of energy? If so, you’re not alone. Nutritional needs change as people age, and there are many false beliefs...
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Senior Living Advisor

Senior Living Advisors – What Should I Look for in a Senior Living Advisor?

Your parents are aging, and it’s becoming apparent that their current living arrangement no longer fits their changing needs. Are you ready for a senior living advisor? They might need a smaller home, they might need to be closer to public transportation, or they might need to...
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Baby Boomers

Are Baby Boomers Changing Retirement Living?

The idea of senior or retirement living creates many different images for people. For some, it may be a low-rise building that houses a community of elderly people who provide each other with companionship and a sense of community. For others, it may be a place where family...
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How Can I Help My Isolated Aging Parent?

How Can I Help My Isolated Aging Parent?

Does your aging parent feel isolated? It might be time for a change. An aging parent faces many challenges. They might be struggling with the loss of a spouse, have mobility issues, or simply have children who live far away and cannot visit or help them out on a regular basis....
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How to Talk to Your Parents About Senior Living

You may be wondering, “How do I talk to my parents about senior living?”. As your parents age, you might be having concerns. For starters, they might not be driving any longer, and the simple tasks — such as grocery shopping and visiting friends — are becoming more...
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