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Caring For Someone With Alzheimer's During The Holidays: Seven Tips

Dec 23, 2011

If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s or dementia, your instinct might be to cling to beloved traditions this holiday season. But you—and your loved one—might experience the most holiday joy by adapting your plans and expectations


How to protect your home from mortgage and real estate title fraud

Apr 06, 2012

Real estate title and mortgage fraud are on the rise and seniors are usually the victims. Here's how boomers and seniors can protect themselves and their homes.


Long-term care insurance: Should you buy it?

Apr 11, 2012

Your health may change during retirement and you could need nursing services and/or long term care. Here's how long-term care insurance can help.


Helping your aging parent when they have to give up driving

May 31, 2012

Giving up the independence of driving is one of the most difficult aspects of aging. This expert advice will help you to help your parent.


Seniors Fight Depression Naturally With Diet and Nutrition (Part 2)

Jun 04, 2012

The timeless wisdom, "We are what we eat," is as valid as ever, especially for seniors. It can even impove mood and help avoid depression.


Make Caregiving a Choice and Reduce Your Stress

Jun 20, 2012

Most people are caregivers by default which causes a lot of stress. If you view caregiving as a choice, you can change all that for the better.


How to deal with cliques at your retirement home

Jul 24, 2012

When you move to a retirement home you need to become friends with existing groups. It can feel like high school but it will work out.


Seven Ways Families Benefit from Long-term Care Homes

Jul 26, 2012

Long-term care retirement homes provide care for seniors who require frequent assistance but the benefits extend to the family as well.


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