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How To Start the Conversation About Dementia…

Dementia is an extremely emotional and uncomfortable topic. If you suspect a loved one suffers from a cognitive disorder or … Continue reading

What Are My Medicare Prescription Drug Options?

Did you or a loved one recently turn 65? Are you approaching your 65th birthday? Now is the time to prepare … Continue reading

Superstitions Passed Down from Grandparents

Do you freeze when a black cat crosses your path? Do you avoid stepping on a crack so you won’t break your … Continue reading

Health Benefits of Laughter

We all know it feels good to laugh, but can laughter cure common diseases like cancer, dementia or heart disease? Do … Continue reading

Are You Affected by Medicare Reforms?

Did you know that the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is considering changing the way it pays health care … Continue reading

Fun Activities for Grandkid Visits

Assisted living communities can be a little intimidating for grandchildren — but these activities and items are designed to make … Continue reading

Brain Training Programs for Dementia

Although there’s no magic bullet that will prevent dementia, there are some activities that can keep your brain in shape, … Continue reading

Person-Centered Perspective in Senior Care

Like many of you, we have been a loving family caregiver for four elder parents, each of whom had individual … Continue reading

A Different Perspective on Alzheimer’s and Dementia

An Alzheimer’s disease or dementia diagnosis is life-altering and raises many fears for the individual receiving this news as well … Continue reading

Veterans Aid & Attendance

  Only a fraction of eligible veteran Americans over 65, and their spouses, know about the availability of the Aid … Continue reading