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Caregiving During the Holidays: 5 Tips

The holiday season can be very difficult, both logistically and emotionally, for caregivers. Whether you’re caring for your loved one at home or working through a transition to a nursing home or other care facility, the holidays can present unique challenges for any family. If

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COVID-19 Dementia Care: Expert Tips for Caregivers

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, “nearly five million Americans over the age of 65 are living with Alzheimer’s dementia.” Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia affect a person’s thinking, memory, and overall behavior. As the disease progresses, many people living with Alzheimer’s rely on

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How to Support a Caregiver

Whether you or someone you know is caring for a spouse, family member, or have been hired to support a senior who needs additional help, caregiving can be challenging no matter the circumstance. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly

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Valentine’s Day Activities for Seniors

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, it’s not an uncommon time for seniors to feel a little lonely, especially if they’ve recently lost a loved one or spouse. However, Valentine’s Day can be a great opportunity to celebrate all special relationships. Whether it’s celebrating

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4 Financial New Year’s Resolutions

With the New Year right around the corner, now is the time to start making your resolutions for the new year. While many older adults choose to focus on health-related resolutions, January is a great time to reevaluate your finances and gain financial control for

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Senior Scams: What to Know

We all experience those annoying scam phone calls, and while they are a nuisance, they can actually pose a dangerous threat to seniors. According to the U.S. Senate Special Committee on aging, older adults have lost nearly $2.9 billion in scams. There are tons of

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Thanksgiving Ideas for Seniors: 5 Ways to Celebrate

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and many families are starting to make preparations for their celebrations. This holiday is a great opportunity to gather with friends and family to share a meal, show gratitude, and enjoy the company of the people we love most.

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Moving Elderly Parents Out of Their Home: 5 Tips

Transitioning your parent from their home to a senior living facility comes with a variety of challenges. While making the move to a senior community is a great fit for many seniors, it doesn’t make saying goodbye to family homes, or feeling like you’re losing