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Senior Communities Specifically Combat The Nature Of Loneliness In Isolation

Senior Communities Specifically Combat The Nature Of Loneliness In Isolation Winter, both literally and figuratively, can be a lonely time. This is especially true in someone living alone, growing old alone, without frequent visits and calls from friends and loved ones. Their heartache falls heavy on our shoulders. The pandemic has dramatically increased physical isolation and the feelings of loneliness …

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Choosing a Good Nursing Facility: 5 Things to Consider

Choosing a Good Nursing Facility: 5 Things to Consider With over 15,000 nursing homes across the United States, choosing the best nursing facility for your loved ones can be a struggle. According to the CDC, around 1.7 million people stay in one of these nursing homes each year, making your selection even more crucial. You want to ensure that you …

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Comprehensive Guide to Medicare 2022

Millions of senior Americans have used Medicare for a long time for their health needs. If you’re considered a senior in 2022, then you should look at this comprehensive guide before you enroll for services.

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Seniors & the COVID Vaccine

The Covid-19 vaccines have been rolling out for awhile now, but many people still haven’t been vaccinated yet. It’s important to discuss the benefits of getting a vaccine especially to seniors.

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Stroke Awareness Month: Good Stroke Recovery Care

A stroke can be devastating for you and your loved ones. While patients recover at different paces, it’s important for you to understand how your loved one can recover with the best stroke recovery care.

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New Technology and Occupational Therapy

Many seniors want and need to do daily activities to care for themselves. Unfortunately, due to complications that develop with age, performing once effortless actions become challenging. Occupational Therapy at skilled nursing facilities and skilled nursing hospitals helps seniors learn how to do household chores, groom themselves, engage in hobbies, and enjoy social activities. As we celebrate Occupational Therapy month, …