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Posts from August, 2022

  • Discerning End of Life, Palliative, and Hospice Care Discerning End of Life, Palliative, and Hospice Care One of the most difficult discussions a family can have is concerning end-of-life care options for a terminally ill loved one. No one likes talking about death, but it is inevitable for all of us. What’s most important is that we set aside the angst and focus on making sure ... Read More
  • Music Serves to Soothe and Stimulate Senior Souls Music Serves to Soothe and Stimulate Senior Souls During the week of August 16 th each year, Elvis Presley is remembered and celebrated as the King of Rock and Roll. Elvis died on August 16, 1977, and many of his most devoted fans make the trek to his Graceland home in Memphis to honor the fallen star. A caregiver friend of ... Read More
  • Stop, Look and Listen for Hearing Loss in Seniors Stop, Look and Listen for Hearing Loss in Seniors “Can you hear me now? Can you hear me now?!” This is a common phrase we used a few years ago when our cell phones would cut out during conversations. There were even tv commercials about it. Sometimes it still happens when we are on our phones and our communications are ... Read More
  • Clarifying 8 Misconceptions Surrounding Long-Term Care Insurance Clarifying 8 Misconceptions Surrounding Long-Term Care Insurance I want to begin this second installment about long-term care insurance (LTCI) by thanking my colleague, Jonathan Marsh, owner, Home Helpers® Bradenton , for creating such a comprehensive video series with extensive information to help current and future LTCI policy owners. ... Read More