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Month: September 2022

How To Manage Multiple Chronic Health Conditions

Published By mktagrp9 on September 27, 2022
A senior man of African descent is indoors in a hospital room. He is watching his female doctor using a tablet computer. She is explaining a medication schedule to him.

Did you know that many seniors are living with three or more chronic health conditions? Some of the most common include diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis, heart disease, and osteoporosis, all of which require different treatment plans and different medications. Managing multiple health issues means that you have to become your own advocate, from monitoring… Continue reading How To Manage Multiple Chronic Health Conditions

ADA-Friendly Appliances for Your Home

Published By mktagrp9 on September 21, 2022
Smiling senior woman in apron opening the oven door. Happy granny and kid in kitchen cooking together.

Whether Dad is hard of hearing, has poor eyesight, or has trouble remembering to take his medicine, the medical marketplace has an ADA gadget for that. For those who may be unfamiliar with the acronym, ADA compliance is short for the Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design. When something is labeled as ADA-friendly,… Continue reading ADA-Friendly Appliances for Your Home

3 Things You Should Never Say to Your Aging Parents

Published By mktagrp9 on September 20, 2022
Cropped shot of an attractive young woman hugging her grandmother before helping her with her finances on a laptop

Whether your aging parents live with you, or you live near each other, it’s no secret that our lives change drastically as we get older. The transition from your middle-aged years to your senior years can be a difficult one, because this phase of life is often accompanied by changes in independence, changes in mobility… Continue reading 3 Things You Should Never Say to Your Aging Parents

How Assisted Living Socialization Can Improve Your Health

Published By 6Degrees IT on September 19, 2022

Socializing is fun for most extroverted people, but did you know it’s a necessity as we grow older? Making time to be social has been proven to have positive effects on both our mental and physical health. Socializing also reduces negative feelings that are all too common to the senior population, like loneliness, anxiety, hopelessness,… Continue reading How Assisted Living Socialization Can Improve Your Health

3 Truths About Assisted Living

Published By 6Degrees IT on September 19, 2022

It’s important for everyone to speak their truth. That’s why we must speak ours, as it can help people who are considering the move to an assisted living community! If your parent or loved one is reaching a point in which living in their own home is no longer the best option, it may be… Continue reading 3 Truths About Assisted Living

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