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COVID-19 Made Me A Caregiver

As COVID-19 spreads across the nation and throughout the world, millions of people are coping with its effects. In some families, individuals who previously relied on the help of professional caregivers (whether outpatient or in-home) have now been unexpectedly thrown…

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What is Advance Care Planning?

Advance care planning (ACP) is planning for your medical future, something that is particularly relevant when you cannot speak for yourself. Advance care planning isn’t about what happens after death. This is all about what happens while you are still…

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Post-Menopause Wellness Guide

When you think of common health concerns among women sixty-five and older, what comes to mind? Osteoporosis, breast cancer, diabetes, and hypertension are common challenges faced by older women, but there is so much more than that.  Many women assume…

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Is Aging Alone Part of the Plan?

When imagining our later years, many envision family by our side. But, with more Americans choosing an independent lifestyle and a growing number of adults living without a spouse or partner, the trend of aging solo is on the rise.…

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Living with Alzheimer’s Disease

Kate Turner is a member of the sandwich generation. She’s a caregiver for her mother Maxine who has Alzheimer’s disease, and she’s a mother with young children. She’s also a founding member of a support group for millennials in the…

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Crash Avoidance for Seniors

No matter our age, driving gives us a sense of independence, pride, and freedom. It matters in people’s lives, and while driving is the word, mobility is the goal. Studies show that as we age and mobility decreases, quality of…

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Not Your Grandbaby’s Vaccinations

Vaccines are not just for children. There are vaccinations for adults that protect against several preventable diseases, including influenza, tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis (also known as whooping cough), human papilloma virus (HPV), shingles, and pneumococcal disease. For your health and the…

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When a Grandparent Has Alzheimer’s Disease

Relatively speaking, most children are very aware of family routines. They know where their toys are, what time they need to go to school, and what to expect when interacting with different people. That becomes more challenging when a grandparent…

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Harsh Realities of Financial Abuse

You or someone you know could become the victim of one of the fastest growing crimes in America – elder financial abuse. Fraudsters are using new tactics to take advantage of retiring baby boomers and the growing number of older…

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Medicare Check-Ups Explained

For people over sixty-five, Medicare covers a wellness visit once every twelve months if you have Medicare Part B. These are commonly referred to as annual wellness visits. The goal of the visit is to identify what is needed to…

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