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How to Protect Seniors from Financial Abuse

From online schemes to predatory phone calls, many scammers target seniors. But as a caregiver, you can help protect your loved one from financial fraud. Take the following precautions. Be aware of common schemes There are many different scams targeting seniors and being aware of them is one of the most important steps to prevention.
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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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Celebrating the Holidays with Seniors in Assisted Living

The holidays are a time for celebrating with family and friends. But with a loved one in assisted living, it can also mean starting some new traditions. Here are a few ways you can keep the holidays fun and festive for your family.   Include your loved one in holiday planning Your memories of the
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My Mother, the Coed

I recently came across an article that was so well written I wanted to share it with every family who is facing the overwhelming and emotional decision to move their loved one to a senior living apartment. Read it and you too may wonder – why wait? Read the full story by clicking here.

Hospital Observation vs. Admitted Status

Here’s a Riddle:   When are you in the hospital, but not “in” the hospital?  Answer:  When you are in an Observation Stay. More often than ever, seniors find themselves in a hospital for an accident or illness, only to later learn when they try to access skilled nursing benefits, they were never formally admitted to
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