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Person Centered Care


The core principals of Person Centered Care (PCC) includes assurance of choice, dignity, respect and independence.  At the heart of PCC is the idea of choice, and that every person deserves to make their own choices. For some, this may mean sleeping in late. This may seem like a simple choice, but for many elders...
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How a Reverse Mortgage Can Work For You


Are you spending your life savings to pay your monthly bills? Are your savings dwindling away too fast, and you’re afraid you’ll run out some day? Is your future less certain than it once was? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, a Home Equity Conversion Mortgage, known as Reverse Mortgage may be the answer...
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How Has Alzheimer’s Impacted Your Health, As a Caregiver?


By Jason W. Wiley, MGS, Oxford Senior Living Every day baby boomers increasingly take on the responsibility as primary caregivers for their parents. That role of caregiver is an important one. Mom and Dad need your help physically, emotionally and often legally. And when Mom or Dad is living with Alzheimer’s or dementia, your health may be...
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Cheers to Research Volunteers


At Research Across America (RAA), our motto is “Cheers to Volunteers” as thousands have participated in studies with us over the last two decades to improve overall well-being in the world.  Most often our studies consist of near market medications, meaning latter phase studies, for common conditions like High Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Osteoarthritis, Low-T, Vaccines,...
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