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Tips to Ease the Transition to Assisted Living

Independent-minded seniors face many challenges when it’s time for them to move into a senior community. If they are unable to take care of themselves, these seniors need daily assistance, and families must encourage them throughout this new life transition....

Uplifting Our Elders With Words

Elderly loved ones experience many ups and downs in their lives, and they need uplifting words and encouragement to stay positive even during challenges. Declining health and a diagnosis of dementia take a toll on the elderly, and they need someone to understand them...

Assisted Living vs Home Care, Which Is Right for Me?

Home care is a top choice for seniors because they want to stay in their homes, but sometimes health challenges override their wishes. Families try to provide all the care their aging parents need, but they cannot do everything on their own. Weighing the pros and cons...

Learning to Protect the Elderly From Scams and Fraud

Scams and fraud are common crimes that can leave seniors penniless. Criminals use a variety of tactics to collect financial data. These efforts lead to serious financial losses and an inability of elderly individuals to support themselves.  The scams involve scare...

How to Recognize Early Signs of Glaucoma

Healthy vision is something that people take for granted as being a permanent condition until there are signs of vision impairment related to aging, disease, or injury. Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness, and it impacts millions of people worldwide....

Community Living Can Be Very Beneficial for Veterans

Unfortunately, there are a number of veterans in California who have been injured while serving their country. Because of this, they may often need help with their day-to-day lives. Many people don’t realize there are actually options for veterans who are hoping...

Understanding the Different Kinds of Dementia

Dementia is an umbrella term for various disorders of mental processes that may be caused by brain disease or injury. The disorder is marked by memory disorders, impaired reasoning, and personality changes.  The condition impacts daily life by interfering with...
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