More Seniors Need Care for Mental Health Disorders

The bottom line of a new survey conducted by the John A. Hartford Foundation is this: countless seniors are at risk for significant health issues as a result of poor or inadequate treatment of mental health disorders. Survey results were ...

 
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Survey Says: Children and Parents Disagree About Senior Housing

Maybe it goes without saying that children and parents, regardless of age, won’t always agree -- especially when it’s a decision as weighty as a senior living transition.

According to this article on SeniorHousingNews.com, the results of ...

 
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The (Not So) Golden Years: Divorce on the Rise

It’s not just Al & Tipper who are calling it quits late in the game.  A recent Pew analysis of data from the U.S. Census Bureau indicates that only half of the couples who say “I do” will reach their 25th anniversary.

The data is unsettling no matter when you married or for how long you’ve been together, and you’d have to be living under a ...

 
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