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The Evolution of Charitable Giving after Retirement

Deupree House is proud to be part of the Episcopal Retirement Homes mission as a non-profit provider of senior living services. We're imbued with what we view as a sacred trust— to minister to, care for, assist and ensure the well-being of all our residents, and of seniors in the greater Cincinnati who utilize the in-home programs run from Deupree, like Meals on Wheels. But we're just as proud of our long history of charitable giving.

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5 Decisions to Make Now About Your Future Care

Life moves swiftly for most of us, and it often seems to pick up speed as we get older—days, weeks and years passing by all too quickly. And many people experience a bit of a shock when the “someday” of retirement arrives, seemingly out of nowhere, bringing with it more than a few difficult decisions.

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Could Your Smartphone Warn You About Unstable Vital Signs?

Health care is one of the most immediate concerns for the family of a senior who lives independently. This is particularly true for older adults who have breathing difficulties like chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) or asthma, a history of unstable heart conditions like atrial fibrillation or high blood pressure, or require close diabetes management.

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Don’t Use Outdated Standards to Choose Your Skilled Nursing Care

 

Rehabilitation and other skilled nursing care is more than the sum of its expenses—more than the 100 days of post-hospital supervision that you’re entitled to under your Medicare coverage.

So, if you’ve been thinking of skilled nursing care as just another painful step on the road to recovery (or the last stop before a nursing home), think again.

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Five Reasons You Shouldn't Fear Assisted Living

 

Many seniors and their families avoid the subject of placement in residential nursing care until all other options have been exhausted. They fear a loss of independence; moving into a nursing home means living on the facility's schedule, losing home comforts and having less privacy. But what if that were not always the case?

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