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Aging is hard on the body. While many of us look at our arthritic joints and everyday pains as signs of time well spent in life’s journey, many athletes are forced to endure more pain than they should in the normal aging process. Discover how one pro football player has paid a big price, and why senior care communities are catering specifically to retired NFL players.
Aging athletes suffer more than they should. See how one NFL player has paid the price and learn how senior care caters to retired players.
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We are all affected by the bitter cold weather that winter brings each year. But, for seniors in particular, this time presents many winter challenges and hazards. Fortunately, with knowledge and planning, seniors can avoid them.
For seniors, this season presents many weather challenges and winter hazards. Here are strategies that seniors can use to avoid them.
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I am 67 and all my life i have been asked why i never get sick by friends and family. I tell them it is because of what i eat, i eat a lot of garlick, oniongs. And of corse your yearly shots. I am not sure but i think this makes a lot of differents
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Palliative care is for patients with chronic illness who can continue to receive curative treatments, while hospice care is for patients with terminal illness who have typically chosen to forgo curative treatments. Learn more about palliative care vs. hospice.
Palliative care is confused with hospice, comfort or curative care from which patients could benefit. But this is not the case. Learn more.
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Tim Prosch, author of “The Other Talk: A Guide to Talking with Your Adult Children about the Rest of Your Life,” gives tips on talking to children about end of life care:
As parents, we spend our lives caring for our children. But one day, the roles reverse. Learn how to talk to them about end-of-life care.
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Dr. Henry S. Lodge, MD, FACP co-author of the New York Times Bestseller book, “Younger Next Year,” shares his expert insight on turning back your biological clock to help prevent the normal problems of aging, such as: bad balance, sore joints and weakness.
Learn more from Dr. Henry S. Lodge, MD, co-author of the book, "Younger Next Year," who shares how to prevent the normal problems of aging.
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Mid-to-late stage dementia and Alzheimer’s disease often presents challenging behavior problems. The anger, sadness, paranoia, confusion and fear that people with the disease are experiencing can result in oppositional, aggressive and sometimes violent speech or actions. Understand and learn which strategies are most effective in dementia behavior management:
Dementia can cause aggression, confusion and other difficult problems. Read about some common dementia behaviors and learn how to respond.
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Don’t just sit there – get moving! Not only does physical activity help you live longer, it also helps seniors in assisted living communities stay healthy, energetic and socially engaged. Learn more.
Physical activity helps seniors live longer. Read how assisted living can help seniors avoid sitting disease and stay healthy and engaged.
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What should you do if you’re having difficulty speaking with your children about end-of-life care? Tim Prosch, author of “The Other Talk: A Guide to Talking with Your Adult Children about the Rest of Your Life,” recommends focusing on the following, to get the conversation started with your family:
As parents, we spend our lives caring for our children. But one day, the roles reverse. Learn how to talk to them about end-of-life care.
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When do you persist and when do you let it go? Is there any way around it if they don’t want you to speak with their physician? Learn more about how to speak to your parent's doctors:
How do you talk to your parent's doctor? Is there a way around it if they don’t want you to speak to their physician? Learn from these tips.
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Being surrounded by your culture is comforting as you age — we desire our most familiar surroundings and culture becomes even more vital as a senior. With the immigration of Indians to America over the past several decades, it follows that the first Indian American retirement community is thriving — and the reason why more cultural specific senior living communities are on the way. Learn more:
The first Indian American senior community is thriving — and the reason why more culture specific senior living communities are on the way.
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Mid-to-late stage dementia and Alzheimer’s disease often presents challenging behavior problems. The anger, sadness, paranoia, confusion and fear that people with the disease are experiencing can result in oppositional, aggressive and sometimes violent speech or actions. Understand and learn which strategies are most effective in dementia behavior management:
Dementia can cause aggression, confusion and other difficult problems. Read about some common dementia behaviors and learn how to respond.
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A Place for Mom expert and geriatric psychologist Dr. Melissa Henston provides some guidance on how to not only spot common problems, but tips on how to deal with any issues to get your elderly loved one the help they need:
Whether mail is stacking up, food is spoiled or something just seems off, it's important know the signs that your aging parents need help.
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7 months 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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