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Thanksgiving and the Holidays: Not the Usual Year

Each of us has the ability and the responsibility to do what we can to help our clients, patients, residents, and their families through this challenging holiday experience.

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Case Management and Estate Planning Week

Case management and estate planning might seem unconnected at first glance. However, they are vitally important services for older adults and their families as they navigate the aging landscape.

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Alternatives to Family Caregiving

Families are the backbone of caregiving in the U.S. Anyone is potentially a caregiver. Spouses, friends, grandchildren, children, nieces, and nephews are all caregivers in growing numbers.

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How to Know When an Aging Adult Needs Caregiving: Signs to Look for

Most people think of caregiving as providing hands-on care to a family member, whether by a home care provider or another member of the family. The reality is that caregiving can start slowly or happen suddenly.

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Aging Parents Moving in with Adult Children: Considerations Before Making the Move

Aging parents are moving in with adult children for various reasons and the trend appears to be growing. Assisted living costs are going up, and as people live longer, it can be a challenge to make assets last a lifetime.

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Social Isolation And The Risk Of Cognitive Decline in Older Adults

Now, with an unprecedented pandemic on our hands, senior living communities are challenged to keep infections from entering their communities. As parts of the economy open up, assisted living and nursing homes, understandably, remain locked down further exacerbating problems associated with social isolation.

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How Power Partners Can Align During This Challenging Time to Provide Clients With Guidance

Older adults are one of the most vulnerable segments of the population at any time. COVID-19 has exacerbated the risks to their health and lifestyle. In these times, seniors face greater isolation, delays or interruptions in medical care, fear of interacting with care professionals who may carry the virus, and prolonged separation from loved ones.

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Long-Distance Caregiving in the Time of COVID-19

Older adults often find themselves faced with social isolation. With COVID-19–whether seniors live at home or are in a community–this isolation has been magnified. Long distance caregivers aren’t able to travel, and seniors must follow social distancing guidelines. This is extremely hard on older adults and their loved ones.

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Why a Geriatric Care Manager (GCM) and a Home Care Company Partnership Enhances the Quality of Life for Older Adults

In this day and age, we are more concerned about our elders than ever before. The COVID-19 fatality rate for patients over 80 is 15% (the overall case fatality rate is 2.3%).

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What Seniors and their Financial Advisor Should Consider in Times of Uncertainty

Since the onset of COVID-19, millions of people have been concerned about their financial situation, rightly so with a tanking stock market and hundreds of thousands of businesses shuttered nationwide. And, for your clients who are seniors, reasons for serious trepidation are twofold: They have well-founded fears for their health and wellbeing, as well as their finances and retirement savings.

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Understanding the Difference Between a Private Hire, a Home Care Agency and a Family Caregiver

Deciding on the right home care provider to suit your clients can be confusing and oftentimes overwhelming for them. Here you’ll find the pros and cons of the three most popular options: a privately hired caregiver, a home care agency and a family caregiver. The first bit of knowledge your clients will need when it comes to considering home care options is the types of services they can expect to fall under the umbrella of “home care.”

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Helping Families Understand the True Cost of Aging

It’s no secret that the trend in the decades to come is that there will be fewer working people to support the aging population. By 2035, the U.S. Census Bureau expects that, for the first time in U.S. history, older adults will outnumber children.

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