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Why Is Life Insurance Important?

It’s never comfortable to think about, or even plan for our own deaths. However, as we age, it’s something that should be considered. Many older adults choose to buy life insurance for a number of reasons. In fact, according to a study published by Policygenius,

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Health Care Hidden Costs

It’s no surprise that one of the most expensive aspects of aging is financing your healthcare needs. In fact, according to a report published by West Health and Gallup, collectively, American seniors have withdrawn $22 billion from long-term savings to pay for their healthcare expenses. While

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4 Types of Smart Devices for Seniors

As technology continues to advance, it can be a challenge to discern which items are the best in terms of quality and price. These smart devices have proven to keep seniors safe in and outside of their homes while giving loved ones and caregivers peace

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Senior Drivers: 6 Ways To Stay Safe Behind the Wheel

As we age, certain conditions can make driving more challenging and might even become dangerous for some seniors. Changes in health like loss of vision and hearing, or a change in medications can affect the ability to safely and operate a vehicle. However, there are

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Low Vision Aids for Seniors

As older adults age, it’s common for them to experience a loss of or damage to their vision. Losing vision makes daily tasks and activities much harder, especially for older adults. However, with the need so high, there are many low vision aids and devices

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5 Myths About Aging

There are many different preconceptions we have about getting older. Consider some of these myths about aging and share them with your family and friends. 1. Older adults are always lonely Simply put-this isn’t true! There’s a common thought that when we get older, loneliness

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5 Fall Prevention Tips for Seniors

Winter isn’t over yet and that means more winter weather conditions could be on the way. Unfortunately, falling is very common for seniors. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “one in four Americans aged 65+ falls each year.” During the winter