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Tech Support Scams Catch Trusting Computer Users

Tech Support Scams Catch Trusting Computer Users

Technical support scams happen when someone poses as representative from a company you know and trust, to try and improperly gain access to your computer or personal information. Seniors are the most vulnerable group to these types of scams, and it’s important to take steps to protect your elderly loved ones.

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Activities for Dementia Patients

Activities for Dementia Patients

Staying engaged and stimulated is important for all seniors, for both cognitive and physical health, but especially for seniors with Alzheimer’s and other dementia. Dementia is a gradually progressive illness and over time the individual will most likely have trouble learning new things. Having a routine in place that helps incorporate stimulating activities for your loved one can help enhance cognitive function, build a sense of productivity, provide focus, and give them something to look forward to.

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Deciding Where Dad Should Live After Mom Has Passed

Deciding Where Dad Should Live After Mom Has Passed

When caring for an aging parent, it can be difficult to manage on your own. Even more so when you’re trying to care for a parent who lives away from you. Having the support of a trusted geriatric care manager, who can assess your elderly parent’s needs, coordinate their medical and personal care across different settings, assist with making short- and long-term care decisions, and recommend legal and financial planning strategies can help you and your loved ones feel at ease, no matter the circumstances.

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When the Caregiver Needs Care

When the Caregiver Needs Care

Caregivers assist a person who has either long- or short-term limitations due to aging, illness, injury or disability. Many caregivers are close family members providing care to elderly family members at the expense of their own health and wellbeing. Lack of time for self-care, emotional and physical stress, sleep deprivation, depression, and isolation are just some of the challenges a caregiver may face.

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Lessons We Can Learn from Plants

Lessons We Can Learn from Plants

For many of us, Spring is a time for growth. As the days grow longer, the weather warms and plants and animals are returning from their winter dormancy. With these changes, you may be feeling motivated to make transitions as well. This year consider taking guidance from nature. Every plant has their own requirements to grow, and so do we!

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Self-Care for Seniors

Self-Care for Seniors

Many seniors have dedicated their life to the care of others. After years of putting the needs of others first, taking care of themselves first can feel wrong; however, self-care is essential for all aspects of life, including mental, physical, and emotional well-being.

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Staying Connected in a Socially Distant World

Staying Connected in a Socially Distant World

The restrictions caused by COVID-19 have also had a silver lining: many seniors and their families became more comfortable and skilled using telehealth, making video calls, and taking advantage of today’s technology. Learn more about how today’s seniors are embracing technology to stay connected.

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Reducing Senior Stress During the Holidays

Reducing Senior Stress During the Holidays

The holidays can be both really enjoyable and a source of great stress, especially for caregivers and their seniors. Something fun and festive could be overwhelming or unsafe for aging loved ones. Here are some ways to reduce both caregiver and senior stress this season to make the holidays as enjoyable as possible.

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Choosing Your Words About Aging Carefully

Choosing Your Words About Aging Carefully

Navigating programs and resources within the elder care system is not always easy, especially when stereotypes, assumptions, and even the language we use about older adults and aging can fuel misunderstandings and conflicts between seniors and their family members. Learn the best way to approach these important discussions and what it really means to “look your age.”

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When it Comes to Aging, Don’t Get Spooked!

When it Comes to Aging, Don’t Get Spooked!

It might sound funny, but Halloween and aging have things in common. You go through so many changes it can sometimes feel like you’re wearing a mask of your old self, and it’s easy to be scared of the unknown. But just like there are plenty of ways to celebrate Halloween, there are plenty of ways to go about aging. Learn how in this month’s post!

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