8 aging-in-place home modifications for seniors

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8 DIY projects to make your home safer as you age Around 90 percent of seniors plan on living in their own

End of Life Planning Part 2

Kylie Johnson 15 March 2019 (Comments off)

Planning a Memorial As your loved ones age, it’s important to know how they want to be memorialized and buried. While many

Understand Your Caregiving Options

Top 10 Caregiver Hacks

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How to Simplify Caregiving and Make It More Manageable Sixty percent of caregivers are employed full-time. Between work and running a household,

What is Mom's Password?

What is Mom’s Password?

Barbara Bates Sedoric 28 February 2019 (0)

Let’s face it. We live in a sophisticated, technologically driven world whether we like it or not.  Like most things in life,

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6 Timeshare Questionable Practices Targeting Seniors

While timeshares can be good for some people, sadly there are bad guys at every step of the way when it comes to timeshare matters. Unfortunately, seniors

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Understand Your Caregiving Options
Top 10 Caregiver Hacks

How to Simplify Caregiving and Make It More Manageable Sixty percent of caregivers are employed full-time. Between work and running a household, there isn’t a lot of

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5 Cheap Countries for Traveling Seniors
5 Cheap Countries for Traveling Seniors

As you age, some things are getting better. Most of all, you have more time on your hands. You have more precious moments to spend with your

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GPS SmartSole® Is a Game Changer for Caregiving

GPS SmartSole® is a discreet trackable smartphone hidden in a shoe insole.  GPS SmartSole®is enormously helpful if you are worried your loved one may wonder or get

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End of Life Planning Part 2

Planning a Memorial As your loved ones age, it’s important to know how they want to be memorialized and buried. While many people still prefer solemn, formal

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How to Make End of Life Plans Part 1

According to the CDC, around 60 percent of U.S. adults have no plan in place for the end of their lives. Consequently, close friends and family are

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