Guarding Golden Years: Financial Fraud Prevention for Seniors 

In an era where digital cunning and financial deceit are rampant, protecting your financial health has never been more critical. As a senior, you may find yourself increasingly in the crosshairs of those looking to exploit. However, armed with the right knowledge and strategies, you can build a robust defense against these threats. This guide …

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Embracing Aging Populations: A Community’s Path to Overcoming Challenges

As our world continues to witness advances in healthcare, technology, and quality of life, one inevitable consequence is the aging of our populations. While longevity is undoubtedly a triumph of modern society, it poses unique challenges that must be addressed collectively by communities. As we confront the needs of our aging populations, we must prioritize …

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Embracing Change: How the New Generation Approaches Senior Care and Care at Home for Their Loved Ones

As the new generation takes the reins of responsibility, they bring with them fresh perspectives on senior care and caring for loved ones at home. With technological advancements, changing societal attitudes, and a focus on individualized well-being, the new generation is reshaping the landscape of senior care. In this blog post, we explore how the …

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Strategies to Help Loved Seniors Navigate Life Alone 

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Aging comes with many inevitable realities. If you have a senior loved one in your life, you may be wondering how you can help them deal with these realities, especially if they live alone. Below, Amber Personal Care shares some things you can do to help.  Encourage Social Connection  A recent poll by the University …

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When to Consider Arranging Care for an Older Parent

As your parents age, you’ll find that their needs change and their ability to care for themselves diminishes. Many people in Colorado find themselves in a situation where one parent remains mostly self-sufficient, and the other requires nursing home care. If you approach the situation strategically and are diligent about evaluating potential options, you can …

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Mental Health for Seniors During the Pandemic – Part 1

Social distancing, once a phrase only heard of in science fiction films, has now become our everyday reality. While social distancing helps stop the spread of COVID-19, it can have some negative mental health consequences, especially for seniors.   Since seniors are at higher risk for negative outcomes from COVID-19, they are more likely to self-restrict …

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The Dangers of Loneliness

Friendship is a lot like food. We need it to survive. Psychologists find that human beings have a fundamental need for inclusion in group life and for close relationships. By  Hara Estroff Marano, published July 1, 2003 – last reviewed on June 9, 2016. View Article. Friendship is a lot like food. We need it to …

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