3 Tips for Talking to Aging Parents about the Future

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If we’re lucky enough to have parents who live to an old age, we may also be unlucky enough to need to have some pretty uncomfortable conversations with them about aging and plans for future care. Though discussing heavy topics such as illness, loss of mobility, and after-life plans are no one’s picnic, there are a few things you can … Read More

Quick Tips to Keep Your Mind Sharp

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According to a recent report and the Reader’s Digest, if you’re happy you make better decisions and remember more! Put a little more happiness into your life and you’ll find that your mind is sharper than ever. Here are a few quick tips to keeping your mind firing on all cylinders. Most of these tips you’ve probably heard a time … Read More

Early Detection of Alzheimer’s

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If you or a loved one has experienced memory loss or memory lapses that disrupt their daily life, these may be warning signs of the condition called Alzheimer’s disease or another dementia. Alzheimer’s is a brain disease that triggers the slow decline of memory, thinking, and reasoning skills. Every individual may experience one or more of these signs to varying … Read More

Finding the Most Suitable Living Option for You or Your Loved One

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Finding the right place for yourself or a loved one to live can be challenging and stressful.  Don’t fret!  There are now many senior living options available to suit each individual’s needs. That means whether your needs are non-medical companionship and assistance or you require medical rehabilitation or end-of-life care, there is a perfect fit out there. The earlier you assess those … Read More