5 Health Tips for Senior Dental Care

Oral health is a lifelong process. While we all know that brushing daily is important, for seniors, there are specific concerns and issues that arise with increased age. Here are five tips to help you maintain a healthy smile throughout ...

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Emerging Technologies for Aging

Today's guest post is submitted by MobileHelp. MobileHelp CEO Rob Flippo is the author of the post. MobileHelp is America's leading provider of M-PERS (Mobile-Personal Emergency Response System) technology based in Boca Raton, Florida and services clients in all 50 states.  ...

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High Hopes for the Long-Term Care Commission

Today's guest post is from Martha Stettinius, the author of the book "Inside the Dementia Epidemic: A Daughter's Memoir." Learn more about Martha below the post.

Congress has formed a new bipartisan Long-Term Care Commission to figure out how our ...

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Senior Living Marketing: How to Discover a Customer’s Value System

Today's post is from guest blogger Carol Marak, a copywriter for the adult living, senior, and health care space. Carol coaches businesses to find their voice and tone, to deeply understand their customer’s challenges and motivation, and to create ...

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Senior Nutrition: An Undisputed Part of Good Health

Today's guest post is written by Julie Davis, Chief Content Officer of www.parentgiving.com. (Learn more about Julie in the bio below the post.)

It’s never too late to start eating nutritiously. The right foods can help control ...

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Better Mobility in Assisted Living: How to Prevent Injury & Preserve Quality of Life

Today's guest post is by Amanda Frank from Hugo Mobility. We thank Amanda for sharing these practical tips and insightful advice for preventing falls and improving quality of life via various types of mobility equipment.

Accidents happen, even if you’...

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Caregiving 2.0: How Technology Makes Long Distance Caregiving Easier

Today's guest post is by Melody Wilding, a licensed medical social worker (LMSW) and Community Manager for eCaring.com.

It’s 11 a.m. Two meetings down: what’s next? Maybe check emails or tackle the pile of papers growing on ...

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Engagement in Meaningful Activities for People with Dementia

Today's guest post is from Leann Reynolds,  president of Homewatch CareGivers, an international home care provider. The organization is well known for its development of Pathways to Memory — a specialized dementia care program. Leann can be followed at @hwcaregivers.

Simple ...

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Caregivers Need Someone to Hold Their Hand

Today's guest post comes from Diana Denholm, PhD, LMHC, psychotherapist, and author of "The Caregiving Wife’s Handbook." (Read our exclusive interview with Dr. Denholm here.)

Remember being blindfolded and spun around the first time you played Pin the Tail ...

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The Value of Hiring an Elder Law Attorney

This guest blog post is by Dana Perry, CELA and Ryan Barry, both of whom are part of the Elder Law team at the Tennessee-based law firm of Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C.

Part I: Guidelines for Ensuring Effective Medicaid Planning

Families coping with both the emotional and legal complexities associated with long-term elder care face a unique, yet serious set of challenges. As a result, many individuals facing ...

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