Hearing Loss Does Not Have To Be Handicapping

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-Written by Adult Care Advisors | No Comments May 19, 2015

All the way back in the year 1910 Helen Keller wrote a letter to James Kerr Love that that stated, “The problems of deafness are deeper and more complex, if not more important, than those of blindness. Deafness is a much worse misfortune. For it means the loss of the most vital stimulus — the sound… Read more »

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Steps to Protect Your Aging Parents’ Savings

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-Written by Adult Care Advisors | No Comments April 21, 2015

While memory loss is a normal part of the aging process, it can have a significant impact on seniors’ lives. It is important to recognize if and when a senior’s memory loss extends to a cognitive disorder such as Alzheimer’s. One must also remember that many seniors are not very alert or vigilant and can… Read more »

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Activities Taking Place At Assisted Living Communities Today

-Written by Adult Care Advisors | No Comments March 31, 2015

Many seniors today are gradually getting more familiar with the use of modern technologies, communication devices, fitness programs, sports, and other types of physical and social activities. While going for a daily walk or playing bingo may have been part of regular activities for your great grandmother, your mother or even grandmother may long for… Read more »

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Common Fears of Senior Living—And Ways to Eliminate them

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-Written by Adult Care Advisors | No Comments February 23, 2015

Change is difficult for most people, and when that change involves moving home, it is never simple. The traditional concept of senior living or a retirement home used to be, unfortunately, a fairly dismal one. To the senior and the family members, it meant sending a loved one away from home and family into an… Read more »

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Ways to Help Your Loved One Transition to Assisted Living

-Written by Adult Care Advisors | No Comments January 20, 2015

Is your loved one getting ready to move into an assisted living community? That can be a difficult time emotionally, both, for the senior and the family members. How can you help make it easier for your parent or relative so that they actually look forward to the transition into their new home? Here are… Read more »

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