Tag Archives: assisting seniors

Medicare Fraud Awareness

by Mary Jane Stern A few weeks ago I was asked to process a couple of credit cards through a person’s credit card processing service and they were going to pay their friend back in cash. I was given the information and decided not to proceed because somehow it felt like I was participating in…
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Fun Activities For Senior Citizens

by: Khalid BH Monsore As we get older, we have a tendency to become sedentary. We watch TV or read rather than socialize. Remaining active is in an important aspect of staying healthy and alert in old age. Participating in hobbies and activities that involve interaction with others provide many health benefits, such as prevention…
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Mrs. Uhri – My Living History Book

When I moved into this house 34 years ago, we had a very elderly woman who lived alone across the street from me at the far end of the block.  The neighborhood children referred to her as the “crazy lady” but the adults told me she was perfectly all right – just a bit of…
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Moving Mom Or Dad – Senior Care Options

by: Tuesday Wilson As an empowered generation, the baby boomers are known for having enjoyed the 1960's to their fullest extent and are often defined as trail-blazers of radical social change around the world. As the Baby Boomers age however, they are finding themselves faced with an entirely new struggle. As medical care has improved…
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Tips For Choosing A Senior Alarm

by: Kevin J Campbell A senior alarm can be a potentially life saving device. It's something you hope you never have to use but is invaluable if you ever need it. Many older adults are at risk of falling. A senior alarm is an excellent product that they can use to protect themselves and ensure…
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Memory Loss Prevention

by: Jeremy Mervin A natural occurrence of ageing is suffering lowered body functions. It is not uncommon to have impaired vision, lowered mobility and even delayed cerebral responses. The most pronounced disability among many of the elderly is failing memory. (more…)
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Importance Of Wound Care In First Aiding The Elderly

by: Irdayante Kadir The elderly body is really hard to take care; elders are fragile and prone to simple accidents that may lead to bruises and wounds. Often times it is frustrating to take care of an aged member of the family as there's always lack of response in terms of their health. No matter…
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Keeping Seniors Safe at Home

by: Jeremy Mervin If you have an elderly family member living with you, it is most important that you keep the house safe. The requirements are not very similar to what you will watch for when dealing with a baby, so do not apply the same rules here. Elderly people have many other problems which…
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