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Wondering If It’s Safe To Keep Driving?

Are You Still a Good Driver? Have you ever wondered if you, or an aging parent is safe to keep driving? You may think so – after all, perhaps you’ve been driving for over 30 years and have a lot of experience behind the wheel, but do you really remember all the traffic laws? Are […]

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How To Stage Your Home For Sale

Staging your home means spending a little extra time and money making it look desirable. It might seem like a big bother, but you really do want to sell your house for as much money as possible and as quickly as possible. When you consider staging your home, don’t confuse it with pre-sale preparations. Getting […]

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Tips To Help Seniors Enjoy Raised Bed Gardening

Being a senior, shouldn’t stop you from doing whatever you choose to, and that includes gardening. Using raised bed techniques, it’s possible to create a flourishing garden and keep your green thumb, without needing a lot of assistance. Let’s take a look at raised bed gardening for access by seniors in wheelchairs and walkers and […]

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The Eldercare Support Group

Published on 11 September 2009 by in Senior Care

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Baby Boomers Leveraging Facebook

Published on 10 September 2009 by in Senior Living

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Baby Boomers Leveraging Facebook

Facebook is arguably the most popular social networking web site in the world. Like other social networking sites, it connects users with their friends, friends of friends and acquaintances, until a vast network has been made for an individual. Users can also join groups with the same interests such as high school, workplace, and care […]

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Dealing With Menopause And Sleep Issues

Many women entering menopause have trouble sleeping.  This generally occurs in the late 40s to early 50s, but can happen earlier.  When a woman goes through menopause, the body stops producing progesterone and estrogen – two important hormones.  This is a normal part of growing older, but it can still be uncomfortable and unpleasant.  Other […]

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What Does A Senior Move Specialist Do?

The job description of a Senior Move Specialist changes with every client. Some clients have a strong support team that are close by and can handle a majority of the work required during a move, however, they utilize a Senior Move Specialist to coordinate various pieces of the process or be an unbiased third party […]

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How To Prepare Your Home For A Disabled Parent

It’s a fact, as we get older so do our parents, and along with our aging parents can come some problems. More and more of us are facing tough choices with our aging parents regarding their living arrangements.  Some of us choose to send our parent(s) to a nursing home where they’ll get around the […]

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Seniors: Traveling Alone

Published on 10 September 2009 by in Senior Living

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Seniors: Traveling Alone

Traveling alone is such an exciting concept and is something worth trying for anyone who is adventurous enough. There are a myriad of reasons why people travel alone and sometimes it is just as enjoyable as traveling with a bunch of friends or family. Of course, there are some downsides when you’re all by yourself, […]

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Dinner Time Alone?

Published on 10 September 2009 by in Senior Living

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Dinner Time Alone?

When you live alone, mealtime seems a little lonely and somewhat boring.  It might be just you at the table now, or you and your spouse, and it takes a little getting used to. If it makes you feel down to be eating alone, try to remember all the mealtimes that were hectic – kids […]

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