How to Decorate a Memory Care Room

When a friend or parent is dealing with memory loss, maintaining a safe, comfortable, and inviting atmosphere in their room is important especially when they are transitioning to a home in an assisted living community. Taking the time to decorate …
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13 Tips for Relocating Elderly Parents

Relocating can be hard, especially for people who may not quite feel ready. Moving can also be physically and emotionally exhausting. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to make the process of relocating your parents a smooth …
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Is Assisted Living Covered by Medicare?

Assisted living communities are residential settings for older adults who are mostly independent, but who need a little help with certain basic tasks. When considering a move to one of these communities, many people wonder if the costs for assisted …
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Top 6 Elderly Scams to Watch Out For

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received more than 3.2 million fraud reports in 2019. Many of those scams targeted mature adults with nest eggs that are attractive to con artists. The most common scams include: Medicare scams Social Security scams …
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5 Options for Caregiver Help in Florida

As more Americans are living well into their retirement years, more Florida residents than ever before are in need of help from a caregiver. But what happens when their caregivers could use a helping hand? Caregivers take on an important …
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8 Benefits of Assisted Living

Deciding to move away from your family home is the end of one big chapter in your life, but change can be good. Transitioning to a supportive living environment, such as assisted living, can be a major stress reliever and …
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When Is Memory Care Necessary?

Memory care is a level of care for adults who are dealing with memory impairments such as Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia. Memory care outside the home is necessary when someone with a memory impairment, such as Alzheimer’s, cannot …
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