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Well-being

Feel like you need to go all the time? You’re not alone

Aug 06, 2014


As we age, trips to the restroom can become more frequent.  When we are no longer able to make it to the restroom on time, accidental urinary or bowel leakage can lead to emotional,...

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Senior care & services

Common myths about nursing homes: Will Medicare pay?

Aug 02, 2014


True or False: There is no need to worry about paying for a nursing home (rehab or skilled nursing center) stay. Medicare will fund everything.

 

Answer: False.

Medicare only pays for a...

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Well-being

Roll up your sleeve, please!

Jul 25, 2014


Have you made plans to get your annual influenza (flu) vaccine? Fall will be here before we know it, and that’s a good time to get the vaccine. It’s usually available in September through...

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Senior care & services

Five things to consider when choosing a post-acute rehabilitation facility

Jul 16, 2014


 

1. What is post-acute rehabilitation? Post-acute rehab — sometimes known as rehab therapy, sub-acute or transitional care — is designed for individuals of all ages who are...

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Faith

Where’s the joy in growing old?

Jul 16, 2014


The aging process is an inevitable fact of life. One day, we are getting married and raising our families.  The next, we are facing retirement and grandchildren. We look in the mirror and...

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Home

Making more room to enjoy your life at home

Jul 07, 2014


After you’ve lived somewhere long enough, the clutter of life can start to pile up. For some, that clutter is as simple as a few boxes of old clothes piled up in the garage or a “junk”...

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