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Many senior living communities have integrated technology programs into residents’ daily routines as today’s technology can keep seniors connected, mentally active and physically safe. It’s no wonder seniors have Facebook accounts to connect with their grandchildren, or use iPad apps to play Scrabble, Solitaire and other games to keep their minds engaged:
Today's seniors are embracing the world of technology in assisted living. Belmont Village shares their tech program and its benefits with us.
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Deciphering the differences between healthcare benefits can be exhausting. There are specific requirements and stipulations for both and they do not supplement one another. Learn the differences between Medicare and Veterans benefits to learn which benefits work for your family.
Learn more about the differences between Medicare and Veterans benefits to discover which benefits work best for your family.
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Feelings of isolation and loneliness can lead to serious consequences for senior health. Understanding the causes and risk factors for senior isolation can help us prevent the growing problem:
Senior isolation has serious consequences for senior health, but understanding the causes can help us prevent the problem. Learn more.
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Moving a senior parent is a challenge like no other. Not only are emotions highly charged, but the complicated logistics of deciding what, when and how to conduct the move to senior living can add even more pressure to an already difficult experience:
Bellhops shares five tips to give you and your senior parent peace of mind before, during and after your move.
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A Place for Mom discovered that common web search terms surrounding Alzheimer’s include: “Do only blue eyed people get Alzheimer’s?” and “Does Alzheimer’s only affect the elderly?” These terms tell us that people need to be better informed about the disease, and awareness and understanding are the first steps to unraveling it. Read about some of the most common Alzheimer’s misconceptions:
Common misconceptions about Alzheimer's disease. Can you separate fact from fiction in these top Alzheimer's myths?
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Hearing that a doctor has recommended a knee replacement for you or a loved one can be daunting, but knowing what to expect from the procedure and having realistic expectations for the recovery can help you successfully rehabilitate and regain function.

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Hearing a doctor recommend knee replacement can be daunting, but knowing what to expect can help you successfully rehabilitate. Learn more.
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We all know there is no fountain of youth and that it is a combination of both our genetics and our lifestyle habits that determines our longevity. While many people rely on their family history to determine their lifespan, there are ways to outlive your biogenetics.
We rely on family history to determine lifespan, but there are other ways to outlive your biogenetics. Learn more about how to age well.
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In recent years, senior care communities have diversified into a wide range of increasingly tailored care facilities — hospice care, respite care and retirement care, for instance — which may appeal to seniors as a healthier and safer option than living alone:
Many seniors want to age at home, but research shows senior living communities may be the healthier option for seniors living alone.
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Feelings of isolation and loneliness can lead to serious consequences for senior health. Understanding the causes and risk factors for senior isolation can help us prevent the growing problem:
Senior isolation has serious consequences for senior health, but understanding the causes can help us prevent the problem. Learn more.
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Estate planning is an emotionally charged conversation and topic, but a critical discussion to have. Here are five tips from expert, Andy Smith, CFP, to help keep emotions out of estate planning while having these tough conversations with family:
Andy Smith, CFP, has tips to keep emotions out of estate planning. Learn more about these critical conversations to have with family.
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When it comes to important life decisions, it’s always nice to bounce ideas off others. Financial planning for advanced care – for a loved one or yourself – is no different. Learn more about three financial professionals that you could use in retirement.
Whether financing for elderly parents or planning for your own retirement, here are 3 key financial professionals to know.
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We already know that a healthy lifestyle is a major factor in living a long life; but new studies show that having hobbies for seniors and staying socially active are equally important:
Having a healthy lifestyle factors into living a long life, but studies show that hobbies for seniors are equally important. Learn more.
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"What a rip off for the companies who pay for this."
"But that was the extent of this so-called service."
"...what is supposed to be helpful hints about 3 weeks into my own search."
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Tammy Reed
4 months ago
I called once to make an inquiry and they never said they'd be sharing mycontact information with other places, within an hour I started receiving solicitation calls from homes. The homes finally stopped calling but a place for mom continued to email and call after I told them to never contact us, they’ve been blocked on email and yet continue to call my phone. My mom passed away 4 months ago and this awful company is STILL calling us. Whatever you do call anyone but this harassing company, they’ll never leave you alone, even after your loved one is dead.
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Ann Hashbarger
a year ago
The idea is a good one. The "advisor" I got was horrible. She did give me a little list of places to contact. But that was the extent of this so-called service. She didn't follow up. I emailed her about one horrible place she sent me, the state of Missouri has this facility under an action plan every single month. I told her about what it was like inside there with those poor people and she didn't even respond!! She sent me what is supposed to be helpful hints about 3 weeks into my own search. What a rip off for the companies who pay for this. I have never heard from this woman since the day I called for help.
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