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Reverse Mortgages: The Good, The Bad and The Unknown

As the aging process takes place, we may find ourselves spending more money than anticipated. Unexpected costs such as out-of-pocket medical expenses, home renovations, or skilled care can add up…

Dementia & Alzheimer's Care

How To Tackle Dementia Behavior Problems

Often when mid-to-late stage dementia presents itself in your loved one, this can create challenging issues – such as behavior. Let’s look at some common symptoms and effective solutions to…

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5 Government Caregiving Resources You Should Know in 2020

As we go into another new year – and a new decade – many people take this opportunity to focus on a new beginning, whether a healthy lifestyle or saving…

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When It’s Time to Move Your Elderly Parents

Convincing your elderly parents to leave their home may be one of the most difficult conversations you may have to have. Many adult children hesitate to mention the words “assisted…

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Great Activities for Seniors with Limited Mobility

Many older adults can lose mobility due to conditions such as arthritis, balance issues or stroke. Hobbies and activities that they used to enjoy may now be too difficult. Just…

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Recovering From Caregiver Stress & Burnout

Caregiver stress and burnout is a common problem for caregivers around the world. After all, you are giving so much of yourself to someone else—it’s bound to eventually take a…

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Top Safety Tips for Seniors

Home safety is of paramount importance—especially for seniors. Our older loves ones usually prefer living at home as long as they can, but in order for them to make the…

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What is Effective Caregiving?

We all want to be effective caregivers. What is the point in helping someone in their waning years if it’s not useful, impactful and centered around great meaning? Naturally, amongst…

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Physical Exercises for Dementia Patients

Exercise is important for everyone—even those with dementia. Many people might think of dementia patients as being lifeless, confined to chairs and looking out windows at others who are moving…

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