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Alzheimer's and Dementia: Stimulation

September 01, 2023

One of the most frustrating things for people living with dementia and Alzheimer’s is....

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Five Ways to Celebrate Senior Citizens Day

July 31, 2023

National Senior Citizens Day was established in 1988 by President Ronald Regan ...

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Summer Safety for Seniors 101

July 01, 2023

As we age it becomes more difficult to adjust to sudden temperature changes, making....

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June is Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month

June 01, 2023

Throughout the month of June, the Alzheimer’s Association encourages people to support this awareness movement...

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Not All Heroes Wear Capes

May 06, 2023

Florence Nightingale’s legacy is honored during National Nurses Week of May 6 - 12...

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What In The World Health Day?!

April 07, 2023

Founded in 1948, the World Health Organization (WHO) held its first Assembly on April 7.

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Kindness To Your Kidneys

March 03, 2023

Preventing Kidney Disease - Did you know that early kidney disease does not always have symptoms?

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A Friend a Day can Keep the Doctor Away...

February 06, 2023

Relationships are important to maintain throughout the year, especially as one gets older.

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Mind Over Matter - Meditation For Seniors

January 03, 2023

While the stress of the holidays may have come and gone, the new year can come with its own daunting pressures and demands.

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On Its 30th Anniversary, Options For Senior America Has A Compelling Story With Over 42,000 Care Providers and 56,000 Care Recipients

November 19, 2019

In its 30 years of service, Options has screened over 42,200 care providers (CNAs, HHAs, LPNs and RNs) and assisted over 56,500 care recipients in making an informed decision about home care services. It is important to note that this data came from the 11 states where Options offers their services through its own operations or its franchises. These states are Maryland, DC, Virginia, N. Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Indiana, and West Virginia.

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Data Shows That Women Are The Primary Caregivers Of Family

July 05, 2017

For years, women have been perceived as the ultimate caregivers. From mothering children to taking care of their elderly parents, women have always been caregivers. In fact, women represent the majority of informal care providers in this country, especially when families don’t stay together. According to census data, 82.2% of mothers are single parents compared to 17.8% for fathers.

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