Financial Protection for Those with Alzheimer’s

Financial Protection for Those with Alzheimer’s

Credit problems and identity issues can be difficult to guard against during the best of circumstances, but for someone with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease – a form of dementia that affects thinking, memory and behavior – preventing identity theft and maintaining good credit can seem impossible. Continue reading for tips for financial protection for…

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A Guide to The Latest Smart Home Tech for Seniors

Smart Home Tech for Seniors

Many of us used to watch The Jetsons cartoon and wonder in amazement at all that tech. But now, so many of those same gadgets are actually available for our homes! It’s incredible how far home technology has come in just the past few years. If you’re a homeowner, though, you may still have some…

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Caregiver’s Formula For Success

Today, so many of you are waking up as #NewCaregivers due to COVID-19. Maybe the place for Mom living at a care facility was the right decision at one time, but now there are second thoughts about that and now she’s moving in with you and your spouse. Just because we are in the midst…

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Early Warning Signs for Needing Mobility Equipment

As we get older, we face a number of different potential problems. It is our responsibility to keep a careful eye on our parents and our loved ones to ensure that they get the support that they need. Often, older people do not like to admit that they are struggling. This is because they feel…

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How to Make a Home Safe For Your Elderly Relative

Image by John Moeses Bauan on Unsplash   Knowing your elderly relatives are home alone without any safety system in place is a worrying prospect. No one wants to think about ‘what would they do in a crisis?’, or ‘what would happen if I wasn’t there to help them?’   But there are a few…

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