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What Is TRU PACE?

To learn more about TRU PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly), CLICK HERE. TRU PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) coordinates and provides all needed preventive, primary, acute, and long-term care services so that older individuals can continue living safely in their...

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The Meadows Day Program at Frasier

To learn more about Frasier, CLICK HERE. Isolation at home can lead to depression and declining health. The Meadows Day Program at Frasier promotes well-being through social and health services in a safe, supportive environment on our campus. Our day program is delivered for Frasier residents or members...

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Important Updates on COVID-19 and Resident Health

To learn more about Golden West, CLICK HERE. The rates of infection in Boulder County remain in the CDC’s High Transmission rate and therefore the County is requiring everyone age 2 and older to wear a face covering while in indoor public areas in the County. Golden West continues to require everyone...

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Julie Nunley Joins Colorado VNA as President

To learn more about Halcyon at Colorado Visiting Nurse Association, CLICK HERE. Colorado Visiting Nurse Association is pleased to announce that Julie Nunley joined the organization as president Sept. 7. “We are excited to have Julie join Colorado VNA,” said Tim Bowen, president and CEO of the Care...

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NPR: Hospital Care For Serious Conditions Is Moving Into Homes

To learn more about Halcyon at Colorado Visiting Nurse Association, CLICK HERE. Colorado Visiting Nurse Association has cared for our patients in their homes for over 100 years, and that model of care is gaining renewed attention from hospitals and physicians nationwide. National Public Radio recently...

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What Is Transfer Trauma And How To Avoid It

For more information on Care Patrol, Click Here. Older adults must sometimes move to a new home to meet their current needs. However, uprooting the life of a senior can cause immense stress and disruption known as “transfer trauma.” The big life change, especially for older adults with dementia...

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What Will the Future Look Like for Assisted Living After the Worst of the Pandemic

For more information on Alderman Oaks, Click Here. We hear through media that an effective vaccination needs to be available before everyone will be safe and the virus emergency is behind us. It would be great if an effective vaccine were developed, but experts say that there is no guarantee that one...

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Poll Finds Alzheimer's Family Caregivers Experience Loneliness

To learn more about Western Slope Memory Care, CLICK HERE. Family caregivers whose loved one is living with Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia may feel that they never have a moment to themselves—and yet, they may also feel quite isolated. In a poll of these caregivers conducted by AARP,...

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People With Memory Problems Often the First to Notice

To learn more about Western Slope Memory Care, CLICK HERE. Cognitive assessment tests and brain imaging, such as MRI, are used to detect the signs of Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. But a June 2021 study from Wayne State University demonstrated that people in the early stages of Alzheimer’s...

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Foods That Are Harmful To Kidney Health

To learn more about Chefs for Seniors, CLICK HERE. When we think about eating healthy, we often associate foods and diets with being heart healthy, good for brain function, etc. While those are absolutely important to focus on, it’s equally as important to think about foods that support other vital...

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How the pandemic is changing the way we grieve

For more information on Encompass Health, Click Here. For decades, the conventional wisdom surrounding grief has centered on Elisabeth Kübler-Ross’s theory that mourners typically navigate through five distinct stages of grief following a significant loss: Denial Anger Bargaining Depression Acceptance....

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4 Myths About Senior Nutrition

To learn more about Chefs for Seniors, CLICK HERE. Over the years, there have been countless opinions about which diet is going to give us optimal health. Plant based, low fat, gluten free… you name it! With this abundance of information, it has become increasingly difficult to know which “diet” to...

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Understanding “Assisted Living” Options

For more information on Sunways Senior Living Concierge, Click Here. The term “Assisted Living” tends to mean different things to different people. Many times it’s used as an umbrella term to describe any senior housing community no matter what the level of care is. Heck, we even used it that way when...

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Food For Elderly With No Appetite

To learn more about Chefs for Seniors, CLICK HERE. As we age, we often see our appetites begin to decrease, which can happen for a variety of reasons- health issues, low mobility, gastrointestinal changes, etc. With that said, it can be tricky to encourage seniors to eat nutrient dense foods when...

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Maintaining an Active Lifestyle Through Exercise and Travel

For more information on HarborChase Senior Living, CLICK HERE. Staying active and adventurous is a great way to explore new places and create memories while staying energetic, sharp, and healthy. Whether it’s joining a fitness class, taking a short road trip, or going on an international vacation—leading...

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4 reasons Why Estate Planning Isn’t Just for Older People

To learn more about Chayet & Danzo, LLC, CLICK HERE. Society often conditions us to believe that estate planning is just something senior citizens do. That’s definitely a misconception. Every adult, no matter whether they just turned 18 years of age or 80 years of age, should take part in this process....

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Is an Incentive Trust a Good Idea?

To learn more about Chayet & Danzo, LLC, CLICK HERE. You can use many different types of trusts when doing your estate planning. One is an incentive trust. It is not nearly as common as other types of trusts, but does it bear considering?  An incentive trust essentially works by connecting an inheritance...

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3 Basic Steps That Help Protect You as the Executor of an Estate

To learn more about Chayet & Danzo, LLC, CLICK HERE. Agreeing to serve as the executor of an estate is like taking on another part-time job in addition to whatever work you do and your responsibilities for your family. The testator whose estate you handle will likely have made arrangements to compensate...

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50 Celebration of Life Ideas for Mom

To learn more about Resthaven Funeral Home and Memory Gardens - A Dignity Memorial Home, CLICK HERE. Moms wear many hats. They may be caretakers or breadwinners, dream weavers or cheerleaders. They are often tireless supporters and miracle workers. And though you might remember yours for her big accomplishments,...

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Funeral Planning Checklist

To learn more about Resthaven Funeral Home and Memory Gardens - A Dignity Memorial Home, CLICK HERE. What to do when someone dies: a funeral planning checklist We know how difficult losing a family member or friend is and how overwhelmed you can feel. The responsibility of funeral planning can be challenging,...

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