Articles

When The End Is Near


In the final stages of a terminal illness, care priorities shift. Instead of ongoing curative measures, the focus often changes to palliative care for the relief of pain, symptoms and emotional stress. Ensuring a loved one’s final months, weeks or days are as good as they can be requires more than just a series of...
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Spinal Cord Injury


It only takes seconds for one’s life to go from normal to incomprehensible. Mike Stine knows that from experience. He was out riding motorcycles with friends when he lost control of his bike negotiating a curve. The accident rendered him paralyzed from the mid chest down....
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Is Moving to an Independent Living Community Right For You?


Retirement. You’ve dreamed of it. You deserve to get the most out of it.  One of the best ways to accomplish this is by moving into an independent living senior community. The Benefits of Downsizing: The kids are grown and you don’t need all of that space anymore. Downsizing is a practical choice. Independent living communities...
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Understanding Medicare and Durable Medical Equipment


So you’ve just turned 65 and those years of working for a living are finally paying off. You are now entitled to Medicare benefits, thanks to the government. So you have your new red, white, and blue Medicare card and need a couple of items. But do you know how to file your claim or...
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