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Senior topics

Memory care

Five holiday tips to help your loved one with Alzheimer’s

Dec 19, 2014

There are holiday greetings and happy meetings, parties for hosting and marshmallows for toasting. But is this the most wonderful time of year for people with Alzheimer’s disease or...

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Senior care & services

Caring from a distance: Make the most of your time together

Dec 08, 2014

Have you found that your weekly call to catch up with Mom has turned into a bi-weekly call to help sort medical bills or remind her to pick up laundry? You’re not alone in your new role...

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Aging Faithfully: As always – and as never before

Dec 03, 2014

Learning to paint has been one of my greatest joys in retirement. From the very beginning of that adventure, which began way back in March 2004, I’ve not been able to resist sharing that...

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Live tree or fake? You still need these fire safety tips

Nov 25, 2014

Each year, more than 200 people die in candle and Christmas tree-related fires. Even if you don’t burn candles or decorate a live tree, you could be at risk for serious injury or death...

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Take these simple steps to reduce your risk of falling

Nov 17, 2014

We talk a lot about fall prevention. That’s because falls are very serious — they’re one of the leading causes of injury deaths in seniors. But most falls that happen at home are...

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Share your family history through recipes, cooking

Nov 11, 2014

Winston Churchill said, “…I consider that it will be found much better by all parties to leave the past to history, especially as I propose to write that history.” Churchill was joking,...

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