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Have You Created You Caregiver Disaster Plan?

A caregiver tending to a loved one during a crisis is challenging, and the ongoing challenges in our world mean that being prepared is more important than ever before. Caregivers must balance the need for their care partner's health and…

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Nursing Home Residents Protected by New State Laws

The 2021 fall / winter flu season may bring more resurgent cases of COVID-19 on the heels of the summer Delta, Mu and Omicron variants. Nursing home implementations of CMS protocols for resident visitation are becoming broader as lessons of…

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Should My Senior Loved One Live With Me?

While aging in place is increasing in popularity, it is concerning when an older loved one is having trouble living safely at home. Troublesome signs like a dirty home in poor repair, unpaid bills, piles of mail, and food out…

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How to Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

Because seniors are older and represent a different generation with lesser exposure to technology, for many reasons they are more vulnerable to identity theft. Identity theft is a crime that is on the rise. It involves a criminal stealing personal…

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Did You Know Most Electronic Devices Can Be Hacked?

The senior population’s exposure to being hacked is increased every time an electronic device is connected to the internet. It is becoming increasingly common for everyday items like refrigerators, thermostats, and doorbells to be internet-connected making our homes and personal…

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What You Need to Know About Senior Estate Planning

When it comes to estate planning, older Americans are typically more prepared than their younger counterparts. However, according to survey data, only 19 percent of people over the age 72 and 42 percent of those between 53 and 71, have…

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