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The Challenges of Caregiving for Alzheimer’s Patients

Caring for a loved one diagnosed with Alzheimer’s is a challenge a growing number of Americans are forced to accept. The more than five million Alzheimer’s sufferers are at least partially cared for by 15 million brave family members and loved ones — many of whom provide this service unpaid. The emotional and health toll […]

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Are You Ready for Retirement?

Finding the right time to retire can be difficult to pin down. Sometimes emotional needs do not exactly match financial needs; other times, factors such as an employer moving to another state or even certain body, health and mental factors may tell us when it is time to start a new chapter. No matter how […]

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How Assisted Living Will Benefit from the Internet of Things

As America’s senior population grows, the role of technology in caregiving will continue to grow alongside it. Family members are the main source of care for many seniors, but as care becomes more intensive and complicated, seniors and their family members often opt for the care of an assisted living community. While assisted living communities […]

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How Assisted Living Promotes Independence in Seniors

When considering assisted living, one of the first things seniors and their loved ones discuss is what kind of everyday changes they should expect. Many seniors fear that life in an assisted living community will somehow limit their freedom—but this could not be further from the case. Seniors thinking about assisted living can rest assured […]

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How Sensory Rooms Can Help Those With Dementia

Many Americans—in fact, nearly 16 million—are currently caring for a loved one with dementia such as Alzheimer’s in their home. Of these care providers, all of whom are unpaid, all would like to see their loved ones live as calm and comfortable a life as possible, especially when confronted with the disorienting and often devastating […]

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Fighting Dementia with a Healthy Lifestyle

Dementia is a serious concern for aging Americans, but there are things that seniors can do to help stave off symptoms of mental decline—starting with living a healthy lifestyle. What Is Dementia? Dementia is an umbrella term for the decline of mental ability to the point where it interferes with daily life. Dementia is not […]

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Fun Fourth of July Activities for Seniors

No holiday inspires patriotism and good old-fashioned summer fun like the Fourth of July. The anticipation to celebrate America’s birthday does not end at childhood—seniors look forward to the Fourth of July as well, and not just to celebrate the country they love but also to get a bit nostalgic. Celebrating Independence Day with a […]

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Understanding Cataracts for Seniors

Loss of vision is all too common in the aging. As June is Cataract Awareness Month, it is the perfect time for seniors to learn more about the best ways to combat the effects of this condition.   Cataracts are the leading cause of vision loss in the United States and the leading cause of […]

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Caring for America’s Caregivers

With many Americans choosing to put the burden of caring for their aging loved ones on their own shoulders, it is easy to forget how difficult things can be for the caregiver. Choosing to care for an aging loved one is a choice that dramatically alters a person’s life. In the United States, this life-changing […]

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Father’s Day Gift Ideas for Those in Assisted Living

Father’s Day is just around the corner—and with the day comes the gift, something many people still struggle with. Finding the perfect present for a father who lives in assisted living should not be much more of a challenge than getting one for those not in assisted living. There are plenty of gifts and experiences […]

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