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  • How To Protect Your Loved Ones From Falling Victim To Fraud Scams How To Protect Your Loved Ones From Falling Victim To Fraud Scams Every year the senior population is preyed upon by unscrupulous individuals whose sole purpose is to defraud them. As you or your loved one age, it is important to know how to protect yourself. Some of the following actions may seem minor, but when combined with vigilance, ... Read More
  • Planning the Perfect Senior Staycation Planning the Perfect Senior Staycation Traveling for vacation is always exciting, but isn't always easy especially if you have health or mobility issues. The good news is that this doesn't mean you can't still enjoy a little relaxation and fun every once in a while. Planning a staycation is a great option that ... Read More
  • ALS Awareness Month: Help for Patients and Caregivers ALS Awareness Month: Help for Patients and Caregivers As age increases, so does the risk of developing a serious health condition. This includes amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as ALS. ALS is a serious disease that affects approximately five out of 100,000 in the United States. Most people who develop this condition ... Read More
  • Walk in the Park Day March 30 Walk in the Park Day March 30 The change of season brings an abundance of sunshine and the perfect opportunity to get outside. On March 30th, we’re encouraging everyone to celebrate Take a Walk in the Park Day by enjoying the natural beauty around them. Pack a water bottle, sun hat, and a picnic lunch, ... Read More
  • What To Do When Elderly Persons Wander or Get Lost What To Do When Elderly Persons Wander or Get Lost One of the most worrisome symptoms of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease is wandering. When seniors wander, it can be scary for caregivers who worry that their loved one will be injured and/or not be able to find their way home. Here are some things to know about wandering and ... Read More
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