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Are Senior Living Facilities Prepared for the Tech-Savvy Boomers?


Recent studies indicate that approximately 90 percent of seniors over 60 are online, so it’s no surprise that we have increasing requests for technology services in our communities. Many adults leaving the workforce today have become comfortable with the use of technology in their careers and personal lives, and will want the continued use of...
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Benefits of Talk Therapy


“Life issues are not for the faint-hearted!” I know because I speak as a senior who is well acquainted with many of those issues. Learning how to heal from chronic emotional upsets (depression, grief, anxiety) brings freedom to experience a happier life. Too often, issues like depression are treated with “another pill”… sometimes that works. However,...
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Three Signs It May be Time to Move Into a Memory Care Community


The decision to move your loved one into a memory care community is emotional and sometimes intimidating, but local resources are available to help your family navigate a path to a better quality of life for you and your loved one with dementia. If you or someone you know is facing any one of the following...
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How Caring for a Person with Alzheimer’s May Affect You


You remember seeing the warning signs. Little things tended to slip her mind. But soon, the little things progressively got larger and undeniable. When the doctor’s diagnosis came back as Alzheimer’s disease, you were stunned and shaken. The task at hand now is caring for your loved one as they accept the diagnosis and learn to...
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