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Five subtle questions to help gauge your aging parent’s health

Reaching out for help can difficult, especially for our loved ones. But asking a few subtle questions can help you gauge the physical and mental health of your parent and determine if it may be time for assisted living. Consider asking these five questions at your next visit:   Question #1 How was breakfast? An
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Five Signs Your Aging Parent is Ready for Assisted Living

Is it time for your aging parent to move into assisted living? Sometimes the warning signs can be subtle, and unfortunately, they are not one size fits all. Look for these five indicators: 1. Ongoing health issues Chronic health issues can be one of the major signs it could be time to explore assisted living
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Ask The Experts: Importance of Independence

Phillip Coury, vice president of Generations Senior Living, says assisted living can actually produce more independence. Q: What is the importance of supporting a sense of independence in seniors and older adults? A: “What retirement living can do in fostering independence is actually ironic to a lot of seniors and a lot of their family members, because
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Q&A: Power of Attorney Documents

Erin Urenius, an attorney with Butcher Elder Law, was admitted to the Ohio Bar in 2015. She has a passion for elder law that is rooted in her own trials & experiences with dementia in family members and the repercussions of not planning ahead for these difficult times. The following article was contributed by Erin
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4 Pet Care Tips for Seniors

Owning a pet is a wonderful experience for people of all ages. Pets offer companionship, unconditional love and can be best friends and guardians. Plus, they help improve moods, boost social interaction and encourage exercise. Many Seniors own pets and find great comfort and joy in the care of an animal. Here are four of
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