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Long-Term Care Planning Basics

Long-term care planning is an important — yet often overlooked — part of aging. While planning won’t prevent all financial or emotional challenges, it can help you minimize many of them — or avoid them altogether. To learn the basics about long-term care planning, continue reading.

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How To Prepare Your Parent For Aging In Place

Like any other type of long-term care, aging in place requires a significant amount of preparation and organizing. Of course, this is sometimes easier said than done since you can’t always anticipate unexpected medical events or health conditions. But for your parents to enjoy the full benefits that aging in place brings, your family must carefully plan for their current and future needs.

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10 Holiday Stress Management Tips For Caregivers

‘Tis the season for gathering with loved ones and celebrations. But while this time of year brings glad tidings, it also brings plenty of holiday stress, especially for family caregivers.

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How To Talk To Your Parents About End-Of-Life Planning

Discussing end-of-life planning with your aging parents is no easy task, especially if they’re reluctant to discuss finances and similarly challenging topics. Fortunately, there are several ways you can guide and support them through this process.

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How To Find Senior Support Groups

People are social creatures by nature. Therefore, socialization, authentic engagement, and external validation are critical to our well-being, particularly as we experience life changes.

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Fall Activities For Seniors

There are so many reasons to love autumn! So as the weather cools, the leaves change, and seasonal festivities get underway, now is the perfect time for these fall activities for seniors.

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Caring For Elderly Parents: What You Need To Know

Older adults are living longer thanks to improved technology, healthcare services, and quality of life. But as many people are finding, living longer doesn’t mean older adults retain the ability to care for themselves.

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