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6 Tips for Eating Healthy as a Senior

Posted on March 28, 2019

Nutrition is important for all of us at any age. As an Older American, however, it can become increasingly important to think about the value of nutrition and what it means to feed yourself as healthy as possible. Countless studies exist now that share the positive benefits of a well balanced diet for not only the anti-aging properties but staving off the complications that can come from age-related illnesses. This National Nutrition Month, we want
Estate Planning, Elder Law, What’s the Difference? The short answer: Both share similar concerns. The longer answer? The differences make all the difference. The Concerns are Similar No matter what age we’re in, life can deliver some hard knocks. Hope for the best, but plan for the worst. We can get into accidents, especially when we’re young and under the impression that we’ll live forever. Whom would we like to be there for us if
Even the most dedicated family member may need to make room for paid outside caregiving if it is clearly in an elder loved one’s best interest. It may not be an easy transition, but it can be important to know what to look for when hiring caregiving help. After all, the person you choose  will have intimate access to a vulnerable loved one. Let us share with you several key points to consider as you
If you or a loved one is searching for physical, developmental or special needs housing, there are some tips to consider before you begin the process. The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) website lists state, local government, and other organizations that can help you. At the federal level, the agency also provides information about HUD’s Section 504 regulations that define federal financial assistance, in particular, Section 811 outlines its program for Supportive

Leaving Well: A Step-by-Step Process

Posted on March 7, 2019

Contemplating our own death is one of the hardest challenges we will ever have to face. Yet, if we want our dying to be meaningful and merciful, it is imperative that we think about it while we still can. Most of us want to die at home, in a familiar and peaceful setting surrounded by loved ones. We would much rather not spend our last moments in an emergency room or ICU, with strangers futilely

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