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Visiting Your Aging Parents? Here’s How to Make Sure They Stay Safe


Are you visiting your elderly parents over Easter break, or planning a visit soon? If your parents are aging in place at their homes, take the opportunity to assess how well they’re maintaining their independence.

At some point, every older adult will need assistance to meet the daily requirements of life. That help may come in the form of senior living case management or in-home nursing care. It may come in the form of a move to a retirement community, an assisted living facility or, when necessary, a skilled nursing center.

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Are Your Elderly Parents Being Exploited by Senior Care Services?

No one quite knows why, but, for the most part, elderly Americas are quicker to place their trust in people. Maybe it’s because they grew up in a simpler time when people trusted each other more.

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Simple Rules for Offering Care to the Care-Resistant

There comes a time when most older adults need some form of assistance to get by safely, but eldercare is a topic that can create stress and strain between parents and their adult children. It's an age-old struggle: mom or dad does not want to give up any power, but changes in abilities are making independent living difficult, or even dangerous.

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Living Alone with Alzheimer's


The right to live in your own home without fear for your safety, privacy, or property is a fundamental and inalienable human right—set down in writing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations.

Article 12
“No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.”

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