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10 Holiday Gift Ideas for Senior Living Residents

10 Holiday Gift Ideas for Senior Living Residents

Shopping for a loved one in senior living may present a challenge. Where can you find memorable gifts that show you really care?

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When It's Not Dementia...

When It’s Not Dementia

Concerned about your parent’s memory loss or confusion? There are several physical conditions that could be associated with those symptoms.

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Adapting Holiday Traditions in Senior Living

Adapting Holiday Traditions in Senior Living

If your parent has moved into senior living over the past year, how might that affect your holiday celebration and your long-standing family traditions?

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#ElderCareChat recap -

Join the December 13, 2017 #ElderCareChat: Age-Friendly Communities

The next #ElderCareChat will feature guest panelist Gail Kohn, World Health Organization Age-Friendly DC coordinator.

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Giving thanks for senior living

Giving Thanks for Senior Living

Take a look at some of our favorite Senior testimonials that highlight the positive impact of senior living on seniors and their families.

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Is it time for home care?

Is It Time for Home Care?

Your parents are determined to continue living at home, but you’ve begun to wonder if it’s safe for them to do so. When is it appropriate to seek outside help?

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5 SurvIval Tips for Caregiving

5 Survival Tips for Caregiving Around the Clock

November is National Family Caregivers Month, a time to recognize and honor family caregivers across the country.

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Making New Friends at Senior Living

Making New Friends at Senior Living

Here are seven tips to share with your parents that can help them make friends with other residents in senior living.

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Family caregivers: Coping with transition

Family Caregivers: Coping With Transition

Relinquishing the day-to-day caregiving of a parent to an assisted living, memory care, or skilled nursing staff is easier said than done.

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Aging and Your Teeth: What's Normal, What's Not

Aging and Your Teeth: What’s Normal, What’s Not

Just because you’re getting older doesn’t mean issues like dry mouth and diminished taste are unavoidable.

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