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Funding Home Health Care

Finding the right in-home care for a loved has best been described as a puzzle. In our last blog, we talked about the first three pieces - deciding that help is needed, the type of assistance required, and how often it is needed. The fourth piece of that puzzle is the...

Help to Make the Right Medicare CHOICES

Every fall, seniors and their families struggle to make the right choices when it comes to their Medicare coverage, because choosing the wrong supplement could result in significant issues – like the loss of a favorite doctor, paying more than necessary for essential...

Maintaining Your Health in a Pandemic

As COVID-19 continues to spread in the U.S. and around the world, older adults have emerged as the most vulnerable patients. According to the CDC, staying healthy during the pandemic is important to help reduce your susceptibility to this and other diseases. One key...

Adult Day Centers Prepare for Reopening

Adult day center (ADC) is a program of activities in a professional care setting designed for older adults who require supervised care during the day. Staffed by nurses, social workers and allied healthcare staff, an adult day center enables seniors to socialize,...

Caregiving in the Age of COVID-19

People describe caregiving in many ways. Some people call caregiving an honor and a gift. The one manner in which I have never heard anyone characterize caregiving is: Easy. Add anxiety from a global pandemic that systemically targets the old and frail, and caregiving...

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