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Take Care of YOU, the Caregiver

As our population ages, approximately 1 in 3 adults in our country qualify themselves as “informal caregivers” to other adults. This statistic means that you are certainly not alone, but it doesn’t mean this is an easy task. The work you do is so important and greatly...

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When to Consider Assisted Living for a Loved One

When to Consider Assisted Living for a Loved One

Taking care of an aging parent or spouse can be rewarding, but it can become quite difficult depending upon their condition and your situation. There are many different types of resources and services available to support seniors today, but how do you know when it is...

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3 Ways to Bust Through Technology Barriers

3 Ways to Bust Through Technology Barriers

Whether you’ve been using technology for years or you are just now gaining familiarity in a pandemic season, we all fall somewhere on a vast technology spectrum that is wide and deep. And it doesn’t matter where you fall, each new step involves dipping into the...

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Therapeutic Putty for Seniors

Therapeutic Putty for Seniors

Detailed Instructions and Exercises to Accompany the Video Gallery Demonstration by Home Care & Hospice Community Liaison, Tully Meyer.  Theraputty is a wonderful medium that enables you to engage your creative spirit.  It is malleable and non-toxic, easy to make...

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The COVID-19 Vaccine

The COVID-19 Vaccine

What to know before, during and after your shot.  The past year has been an unprecedented one, and the world is celebrating the arrival of a COVID-19 vaccine. As we await our “turn” in the rollout, learn what to expect when you are vaccinated, and how you should...

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February is Heart Health Month

February is Heart Health Month

Don't Ignore the Early Warning Signs During COVID-19. Year after year, cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death for men and women over age 65. The statistics are alarming, but the good news is that in many cases, heart conditions can be prevented. For this...

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5 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

5 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

New Englanders know all too well the long winter months that loom ahead before that glorious crocus pokes through. And it can be hard. But there’s good news: You don’t need to wait on Mother Nature to find your crocus! Here are five easy ways to beat the winter blues...

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Seniors, Stay Engaged and Stay Active This Winter

Seniors, Stay Engaged and Stay Active This Winter

Staying active and engaged at home during the long winter months takes a little determination and foresight, but is not impossible! Prioritize your overall mental, physical and social well-being, stretching your creative mind to come up with new and safe activities...

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