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The Best Cell Phones for Seniors
Even if they spend most of their time indoors, older adults need the ability to quickly and easily communicate with family, friends, and medical personnel. While a landline phone may serve as a part of a medical alert device system, some older adults may have communication needs that go beyond those of a traditional landline. Most importantly, cell phones provide access to the outside world. Older adults with higher social engagement tend to experience better health overall, and a mobile phone can help facilitate this. Whether you are looking for a device for yourself or a loved one, this cell phone guide will help you navigate phone options, features, costs, and cellular providers.
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Marketing your agency is a vital part of your business to ensure success
Marketing your agency is a vital part of your business to ensure success. When you attend our Training Boot Camps, we go into detail on how you can accomplish this. You and your management team can attend our Training Boot Camps for FREE for as long as you own your agency.
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Senior couple on country bike ride
6 Habits for Seniors to Stay Healthy
Staying healthy is important to maintain independence and quality of life as we age. It is never too late to start living a healthier lifestyle. Listed below are some healthy habits that might help you in healthy aging.
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What is the Difference Between Home Care and Home Health Care?
When your aging loved ones need in-home care, it is important to choose the right services that fit their requirements. Do they need home care or home health care? What is the difference between the two?
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Things to Consider with Your Aging Parents
Caring for aging parents’ emotions is an ethical responsibility that can be a little hard on some adult children especially with their busy day-to-day life. If you have elderly parents and their physical and mental health declining here is some advice to consider while taking a role in this stage of their life to be there for them.
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Tips for an Easier Holiday for Alzheimer’s Caregivers
Thinking about somebody with Alzheimer's sickness can be troublesome regardless of what time it is; while the holidays can be distressing paying little respect to whether you are thinking about somebody with Alzheimer's infection or not! Attempting to shuffle both of these stressors simultaneously can be sufficient to make you consider skipping occasion merriments out and out.
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