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Best Identity Theft Protection Services of 2016


By Carolyn Dorant, The Simple Dollar The first thing to know about identity theft protection services is that they don’t actually “protect” you from becoming a victim of ID theft. Sure, some offer tools and tips to help you reduce your digital footprint. But just like having AAA won’t reduce the odds of getting a flat...
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Is it Time to Seek Help for Your Memory Loss?


By Jason W. Wiley, MGS, Oxford Senior Living Co-Founder As people age, it’s normal to have occasional memory problems, such as forgetting the name of a person you’ve recently met. However, Alzheimer’s Disease is more than occasional memory loss. The disease causes brain cells to malfunction and ultimately die. When this happens, an individual may forget...
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Medicare Part B Coverage for Outpatient Therapy


Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) helps pay for medically necessary outpatient physical and occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology services. There are limits on these services when you get them from most outpatient providers.  The therapy cap limits for 2015 are $1,940 for physical therapy (PT) and speech-language pathology (SLP) services combined; and $1,940 for occupational...
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Alzheimer’s Caregiving: When It’s Time To Seek Help


Entrusting the care of a loved one who is living with Alzheimer’s disease to someone else – even for a short respite break – can be difficult. After all, as a spouse, partner, child or grandchild, the primary caregiver likely has a strong, personal connection to the person and a deep desire to ensure that...
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