Posts Tagged ‘assisted living’

Senior Citizen Women May Decide The 2020 Presidential Election

Senior citizen women are a powerful voting bloc. Indeed, they may just be a powerful enough group to decide the 2020 Presidential election, says a Harris poll survey.   According to the survey results, the path to victory for candidates in the 2020 elections will run through women age 50 and older. The Harris poll…

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Falls Prevention, How To Keep Your Aged Loved One Safe

A falls prevention protocol should be in place if you have an aged loved one living on their own. A aging parent or grandparent, is extremely susceptible to falling. Insuring that their home or apartment is obstacle free is the key to staying healthy. Alarmingly, the CDC  says that every twenty minutes a senior citizens…

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June 2018 Is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, Get Educated

June 2018 has been designated by the Alzheimer’s Association of America as Alzheimer’s Awareness Month.       June 2018: Spotlight On Ravages of Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s disease is an irreversible, progressive brain disorder that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills. Eventually, the ability to carry out the simplest tasks becomes impossible. In most people with…

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Assisted Living For Parkinson’s Disease: What You Need To Know.

Assisted living is a type of housing for people who need various levels of medical and personal care. Living spaces can be individual rooms, apartments, or shared quarters. The facilities generally provide a home-like setting and are physically designed to promote the resident’s independence.     Assisted Living: Services Provided The services offered by assisted-living communities…

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