Archive for March, 2014

Communities Fighting Back Against Senior Fraud

In a previous post, we wrote about the top scams that befall seniors and how to watch out for them. This time, we’ll take a look at the measures being put in place to reduce senior fraud and help out seniors in general, and the good guys are involved in the fight.
AARP
The American Association of …

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Different Types of Dementia: More Than Just Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is usually the first thing that comes to mind when people think of dementia, but it’s more than that: it’s a cognitive decline that’s not part of the natural aging process. It’s also not a single disease the way Alzheimer’s is, but a collection of signs and symptoms, depending on what part of the …

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Using Technology and Tablets to Help Seniors

The use of technological devices like iPads and other tablets is starting to show it’s more than just a larger screen to play Angry Birds on; it’s a device that can aid and facilitate communication between seniors and their families.
Large Print

Eyesight is one of the things that fades as we get older, and seniors typically …

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Conserving Your Retirement Nest Egg

You’re not alone if you are afraid of running out of money during your golden years. In fact, 61% percent of people ages 44 to 75 feel the exact same way, according to a 2010 Allianz Life Insurance Company poll.

While this outlook may seem grim, there are options out there for you to maximize …

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