Why Senior Hearing Loss is More Serious Than You Think

Senior Hearing Loss

Prevalence of Senior Hearing Loss One of the most common afflictions for older Americans is hearing loss. This hearing loss typically occurs gradually over the course of a person’s life, so the shift into debilitating hearing loss can be difficult for a person to detect individually. Approximately 2 in 3 people over the age of 75…

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5 Amazing Ways to Make Memories with Aging Parents This Christmas

Aging Parents This Christmas

The holidays are always a great opportunity to capture memories with family members. This can be especially important if you have an aging senior in your family. Making special memories for all generations can really help liven up any celebration. Here are a few ideas to get started for you and your aging parents this…

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What Should I Expect with Senior Home Care?

The concept of senior home care has gained more national attention in recent years as America’s population grows older. By 2050 the senior population is expected to double to a total of nearly 80 million. Because of that there are many services that aim to help people age independently. Home care does exactly that, increase…

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5 Things We Can Learn From Stephen Hawking About Living with ALS

Stephen Hawking was a revolutionary scientist who made many discoveries about the intricacies of black hole mechanics and singularities. In addition to be an incredible scientist he was a sufferer of ALS. He was diagnosed with ALS at the age of 21 and proceeded to live a remarkable life. His dedication to his fellow man…

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How to Plan For More Affordable Senior Home Care

There is no way around it. Senior care is costly. No matter what service your loved one requires, the truth is that it will likely cost more than you are expecting. The odds are 1 in 5 that your loved one will have over $25,000 in out of pocket long term care costs. And that…

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