Archive for 2013

Mental Illness and Senior Care

It can be very difficult on a family to find the proper assisted-living community for a loved one. If Alzheimer’s or memory loss is an issue, then there are communities that can help. However, if the loved one has mental illness issues, finding a suitable living environment may be difficult. In fact, for many families, …

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Find Senior Housing on Low Income

Many seniors tend to seek for lower income housing because they may not have a job or enough money to be able to pay for anything else. There are options available to seniors with low income. There are steps an individual can take to find housing on low income.
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Dream of Retirement Just for Baby Boomers

Retirement has long been a dream of many generations, but in this uncertain economy, this dream might be dashed for many. According to a study by the Employee Benefits Research Institute released on March 29th, retirement definitely looks to be just a pipe-dream for many baby boomers, and also for the younger generation. A DC …

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Handling Dementia on an International Level

Though it is thought that the United States is one of the leading countries in dementia and memory loss care, other countries around the globe offering new and innovative treatment methods. These new and innovative methods to Alzheimer’s, dementia, memory loss and other related care issues are offering new insights that assisted-living communities can use. …

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