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Daily Tip: Alyse November, LCSW speaking at VI at Lakeside - Lantana. Alyse was speaking about Senior Bullying and ways to diminish it.

As with children, teaching compassion and empathy are key ways to overcome bullying.
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Daily Tip: Last week I met four Super Seniors -- 2 centenarins, a 99 and a 93 year old.
Three live in their own home and one lives in an Independent Living Communit--- better plan to live to 100 - or more... it is increasingly more common.
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Daily Tip: For everyone with a Long Term Care policy - please check it when you do not need any in home care to see whether you have an "Elimination Period" and if so, how long.

This would be an out of your pocket expense and a bad "suprise" Check and plan accordingly.
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Daily Tip: Happy Father's Day. If your father needs some assistance at home, give us a call, we can help and discuss options.

For those who have lost their father, we miss and remember!

Who has a sense of humor like dear ol' dad?? for better or worse.....
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Daily Tip: Heart disease is 80 percent preventable & yet the no. 1 killer of men and women in the USA.

So, eat healthier and move daily to protect and strengthen your heart's funcioning.


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If you don't know where you would be during a Hurricane... create a plan NOW!
If you have Special Needs, you best register with the county- NOW!

for Palm Beach County:

http://discover.pbcgov.org/publicsafety/dem/Pages/Special-Needs.aspx


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Daily Tip: Fall prevention is made easier with motion activated stick on lights. They are great for anyone with love vision or who doesn't want to leave lights on.
They are affordable, starting at $12. and up and can go on stairs, in hallways, closets etc.

A great investment in your and your elder loved one's safety!!
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Daily Tip:
Today is the birthday of Anne Frank.
. Many of us first learned about the Holocaust through this remarkable young girl, whose innermost thoughts and feelings put an unforgettable, human face on this time of unprecedented evil and suffering. Her words and story have been a powerful reminder not only of the tragic consequences of unchecked hate, but also of the strength of the human spirit.
The firsthand accounts of innocent victims like Anne Frank are particularly important today as Holocaust denial and antisemitism gain new momentum. After the Holocaust, we solemnly promised and defiantly declared, Never Again. If the world is to remember and prevent history from repeating itself, we must protect and share the stories of those who experienced the Holocaust. And we must do it now.
That is why the Museum is proud to launch this Kickstarter to Save Their Stories. With your help, we will share with the world—for the first time ever—hundreds of diaries written by people escaping Nazi persecution and murder.

For survivors who may need in home help or to learn about benetits, contact us

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Daily Tip: If you or a loved one will be in a Rehab Center following hospital stay, keep in mind that no matter how good the Center is, it will not provide one on one care.

Consider hiring an aide for a few hours for greater sense of security and advocacy.
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Daily Tip: (CNN)Singer Phil Collins has been hospitalized and postponed his tour after falling and hitting his head, according to a statement on his Facebook page Thursday.

The statement said Collins has trouble walking because of a back operation.
"He rose in the middle of the night to go to the toilet and slipped in his hotel room, hitting his head in the fall on a chair," the statement said.
Collins suffered a gash on his head that had to be closed with stitches.

If you are 65 or older and particularly post surger... minimize your fall risk by improving the lighting between bedroom and bathroom,
insure clear pathways
get rid of throw rugs
and use grab bars
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