The When, Where, and How of Long-Term Care: Making A Very Difficult And Emotional Decision A Little Easier

Mary saw her husband’s deterioration for several years. He had been a successful accountant and an avid golfer who could quickly tally scores in his head. But she began to notice problems. He couldn’t figure out what percentage the tip should be when they went out to eat. He would lose his thought process and break off in mid-sentence. Eventually he couldn’t even remember the...
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What Better Way to Celebrate Father's Day? Also Celebrate National Men’s Health Week

National Men’s Health Week is all about encouraging men, and the men in your life, to take steps to maintain and improve their physical and mental health. For men, issues like these frequently get overlooked. Eating right, exercising, and working to prevent disease are important, especially as we continue to accumulate Father’s Day celebrations. The blue ribbon that is the official...
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Finding The Balance: Returning To Normal, Safely

As excited as we are for restaurants, salons, and other businesses to reopen, it’s still important to take steps to protect yourself and others around you. We all want our normal routines to resume just as they were before social distancing measures were put in place. But in order to stay safe, normal life will have to accommodate the new normal, at least for now. Below are some options...
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Vision Doesn't Have To Decline As We Age: Taking These Actions May Help

Here are two straight-forward questions with answers that aren’t as simple as you may initially think: Does your eyesight seem to be getting worse? If so, why do you think? Most people would answer, “Yes” and “Because I’m getting older”. But here’s some good news: Although almost half of the people with a visual disability are 65 or...
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