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Listen Up! The Risks and Consequences of Untreated Hearing Loss

Almost half of Americans over 75 years of age and around one third of Americans between 65 and 74 suffer from varying degrees of hearing loss,

Home Safety for Seniors: 10 Innovative Products and Devices

A recent AARP survey reveals that 77% of “adults 50 and older want to remain in their homes for the long term—a number that has been

Understanding Short- and Long-Term Memory Loss in Older Adults

When is it just forgetfulness, and when is it a sign of something more? While forgetfulness isn’t always a cause for concern, memory loss can advance

Choosing a Home Caregiver: Important Questions to Ask

Home caregivers provide essential services for anyone in need of assistance due to a medical condition, injury, or age-related limitations. This responsibility is very serious, so

Assisted Living vs. Long Term Care: What’s Best for Your Parent?

Moments of transition are often difficult, combining logistical and emotional hardship and straining the fabric of key relationships. Moving your parents out of their homes is

Dementia Screening: What Are the 8 A’s of Dementia?

It can be difficult to diagnose dementia in its early stages. This is because the symptoms can be similar to those of other conditions, such as

The Alarming Truth About Women and Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is growing. By 2050, the current number of 6.5 million Americans living with the disease is projected to rise to nearly 13 million. For

Is Assisted Living Right for You? Questions to Ask Yourself

Are you considering whether an assisted living community might be right for you or a loved one? It’s a big decision and one that you may

How Assisted Living Improves Quality of Life

If your parents are struggling with the tasks of daily living, your family may be exploring how an assisted living community could support them to live
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