How To Talk To Your Elderly Parents About Home Care

Remember when you thought mom or dad having “the birds and the bees” talk with you was the most awkward conversation you’d ever have to conduct with them? At the time, it probably was. They were trying to help you navigate through a new, unfamiliar and potentially frightening new period in your life. It was […]

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Is This Senior Community for Me?

Many adults are living well into their elder years. As your minds and bodies mature into your 60s, 70s and 80s, it’s not always possible or safe for you to stay in your life-long home. Many people are able to be independent well into their elder years and only need minimal assistance with their daily […]

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5 Signs and Symptoms of Dementia

Are you a senior whose forgetfulness is becoming worrisome? As you or a loved one gets older, you might be concerned that simple lapses in memory might point to a serious health problem. Dementia is a complex diagnosis that can be upsetting and overwhelming for elderly people and their family members. Recognizing dementia can be […]

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Crunching the Numbers

This article was originally published at KzooConnect on 10/25/2016. To determine how many senior citizens will need assistance with daily living and health issues in the coming decades, just do the math. By 2050, 20 percent of the total U.S. population will be 65 and over, up from 12 percent in 2000 and eight percent in […]

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