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Tips for Seniors to Tackle Thanksgiving Grocery Shopping

To learn more about Caring Senior Service of Wasatch, CLICK HERE. Thanksgiving is an exciting and busy time of the year. Families and friends meet together to enjoy a bountiful meal, which requires a lot of time and preparation. The perfect Thanksgiving feast starts with the right ingredients. But the...

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Bristol Village Apartments in Taylorsville

To learn more about Bristol Village Apartments, CLICK HERE. Discover the difference in quality senior living at Bristol Village. Our welcoming staff is excited to make our community your new home. We offer one and two bedroom apartments in Taylorsville for those 62 and better, and pets 25 pounds and...

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Make the Best of the Holidays at Your Loved One's Assisted Living

To learn more about Utah Senior Care Providers, CLICK HERE. It’s the holiday season, so dipity do and dupity dop. The holidays can be a stressful time and the most wonderful time of the year. If your family is preparing for a loved one’s first holiday at their new assisted living home, there are a...

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Is Assisted Living an Option After Having a Stroke?

For more on the author, Maris Pointe, CLICK HERE! Each year, approximately 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). About 75% of those who have strokes are at least 65 years old. While some stroke survivors recover naturally,...

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Five ways to focus on the positive

For more information on the author, Encompass Health, CLICK HERE! Many of us believe that once our workplace is running smoothly, then we will have time to be happy – but research actually shows the opposite to be true. When we embrace happiness first, in spite of our circumstances, we strengthen our...

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Helping Yourself When Someone You Love Has Died

For more information on the contributor, Palms Memorial, CLICK HERE! Someone you love has died. You are beginning a journey that is often frightening, painful and lonely. No words, written or spoken, can take away the pain you now feel. This information may bring comfort and encouragement as you commit...

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Caring for a family member

For more information on the author, Edward Jones, CLICK HERE! Life doesn't happen in neat little boxes. Everything overlaps. While you're dealing with multiple priorities, we have multiple ways to support you. That's why your Edward Jones financial advisor asks questions to understand what's important...

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Title Insurance Requirements for Insuring Trusts

For more information on the author, Paul Andrews, ERA Advantage Realty, CLICK HERE! In today’s world of busy probate courts and exorbitant death taxes, the living trust has become a common manner of holding title to real property. The following may help you understand a few of the requirements of the...

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7 Ways You Can Ease Holiday Stress For Seniors With Dementia Or Hearing Impairment

For more information on the original blog host, SunWays Senior Living Concierge, CLICK HERE! Imagine your house full of people you love, endearing conversations being had between family members, loved ones yelling at the T.V.  because their favorite football team is on, and children chasing each other...

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Choosing the right facility

For more information on the author, Coastal Care Staffing, CLICK HERE! Many families view this as one of the most significant decisions they’ll ever make considering typically, the particular loved one has spent his or her life taking care of others. Choosing the right facility should take the same...

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Age-Related Macular Degeneration

For more information on the author, Quigley Eye Specialists, CLICK HERE! Light rays enter the eye through the cornea, pupil and lens. These light rays are focused on the retina, the light-sensitive tissue lining the back of the eye. The retina sends signals through the optic nerve to the brain...

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WARM UP TO HOT COCOA

For more information on the author, McKenney Home Care, CLICK HERE! Hot chocolate is one of life’s simple pleasures and one that definitely makes November through February more enjoyable. But did you know that a daily mug of hot chocolate could help prevent chronic diseases such as heart disease and...

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A Little Help Is A Colorado Nonprofit That Connects Neighbors To Help Older Adults Live Independent

To learn more about A Little Help, CLICK HERE. We began in 2005 when a group of neighbors joined together as Washington Park Cares to help older adults in their community age well at home. This model is based on the national Village Movement, which equips neighbors to deliver vital services, empowering...

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Hydration Is Important for Seniors

To learn more about #1 Vibrant Living Services, CLICK HERE. Dehydration is a common cause of hospitalizations for people over the age of 65. As we age the sense of thirst diminishes, so by the time the body needs hydration a senior may not realize they are dehydrated. Although the standard recommended...

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Why We're Amazing

To learn more about AmazingCare Home Health Services, CLILCK HERE. WHY ARE WE AMAZING? This is an easy question to answer. It’s our employees!  Amazing Care was founded in 2004 with the guiding principle that our great asset is our employees.  Since 2004 we have grown from a small little company...

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Keeping Clients, Families, and Caregivers Safe During COVID-19 at Amada Senior Care

To learn more about Amada Senior Care, CLICK HERE. Health and Safety Will Always Be a Top Priority At this point, COVID-19 has already had a significant impact on many of our lives. From closed down schools to sold out home essentials, we’re all feeling its effects in some shape or form.Since the...

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Helping Others Grieve: How a Patient’s Wife Shares Her Knowledge and Experience

To learn more about Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care, CLICK HERE. Jami Leahy lost her husband, Scott, long before she could have ever expected. Their three boys were still young. There was so much more they hoped to share. And Scott wasn’t the kind of guy who would give up easily. “He would always...

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Finding Fun in the Most Serious Work in the World

To learn more about Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care, CLICK HERE. Hospice workers are doing the “most serious work in the world,” said Ron Culberson, a home care social worker, EMT, speaker and humorist. Despite how serious the work is, “hospice people get it,” he said, “they know the need for...

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The Difference Between a Living Will and a Health Care Power of Attorney

For more information on Safe Harbor Law Firm, Click Here. Many people are confused about the difference between a living will and a healthcare power of attorney. A living will specifies life prolonging treatments you do or do not want in the event you either suffer from a terminal illness or are in...

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9 Resources for Naples Seniors

For more information on Barrington Terrace, Click Here. This year has been unusual, to put it mildly. But as we continue to navigate the uncertainty of 2020, it’s important to remember that seniors in the Naples area have plenty of available resources. Whether you are in need of a ride to a doctor’s...

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