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Dig In - Visiting a Farmer’s Market is a Great Way for Seniors to Connect with their Local Community

“Farmers Markets are a great way to find local produce and artisan food products while also connecting with your community.  The importance of supporting local farmers while enjoying the benefits...

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"May I Have the Car Keys Please?"

Addressing Declining Cognitive Ability & Driving Issues

When to have the conversation with an aging loved one, or friend, that it isn't safe to drive any more isn't easy, especially when the...

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Medicare Advantage to pay for non-skilled home care

Last week the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a call letter finalizing their policy to begin paying for private-duty, non-skilled home care services as a supplemental benefit...

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President Trump passed the Montreal cognitive assessment (MOCa) test to prove he did not have dementia. Curious? Try a few sample questions below...

“In an effort to disprove theories that he is mentally unfit and in cognitive decline, President Trump passed a voluntary cognitive assessment test Friday meant to assess his mental reflexes,”...

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How to Improve a Senior's Holiday Experience

6 Tips to Make it Merry and Bright...and a Lot Less Lonely!

By Barbara Moran, RN, Director of Patient Services

In December, we are bombarded by images of holiday splendor from the the beautiful...

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More Tea Please...

By Lisa V. Bunce, MS, RDN

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It's Time to Go Nuts!

Nuts are full of healthful nutrients that can protect your heart, ward off certain types of cancer and may even slow the aging process.

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Elder Abuse and Neglect

Warning Signs, Risk Factors, Prevention, and Help

 
 

Many elderly adults are abused in their own homes, in relatives’ homes, and even in facilities responsible for their care. If you suspect...

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