Communication is Key

Clear communication with you or your love one’s doctor is an important piece of the elder care continuum partnership that […]


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Senior Home Safety

Most seniors would rather remain in their own homes and most experts also agree that remaining in the home can […]


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Coping With Agitation & Aggression

Those with Alzheimer’s or dementia have difficulty expressing themselves and communicating their needs, aggression and agitation are common. Alzheimer’s & […]


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17 Benefits for Older New Yorkers

There are many different types of assistance programs available that may be able to help with your rent, heating costs, […]


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Testing Cognitive, Memory & Thinking Impairments From Your Own Home

If you are concerned that you or a loved one may be experiencing cognitive issues, the SAGE test can act […]


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Jimmo Agreement: Medicare Coverage for Skilled Care

In previous blog articles we spoke about the Jimmo v. Sebelius settlement (December,2013 / March, 2013 / December, 2012). After […]


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The Aging Conversation

For many people, speaking with their children about aging and long-term care is as stressful as having the talk about […]


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Preventing Harm in Skilled Nursing Facilities

In February of this year the Department of Health & Human Services Office of Inspector General released the study, Adverse […]


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Avoid the Heat with HEAP Cooling Assistance Program

As the summer approaches we would like to remind you about the HEAP cooling assistance program. This program allows for […]


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Deaths Due to Alzheimer’s Disease Underreported?

Current research is pointing to the notion that deaths due to Alzheimer’s Disease have been going underreported. Alzheimer’s is already […]


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