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What's the True Cost of Assisted Care?

Seniors faced with the need to move away from home and into an assisted living apartment or retirement community often struggle with anticipating the true cost of care. Naturally, there is a significant financial impact on the senior in question. Monthly costs can vary widely, based on geographic location, from a median high of $6,000 in Alaska to a median low of $2,288 in Missouri.

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Independent Living Really Does Mean Independent

When you discuss your future care options with your family, you probably can’t help wondering if “independent living” is a misnomer. A potential move into a community setting from a home you’ve lived in so long can seem downright frightening.

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Cincinnati Seniors Find Thrills at This Historic Amusement Park

When looking for things to do with the grandkids or a group of friends, seniors often shy away from amusement parks. The thought of rough roller coasters, dizzying spin rides and high admission prices doesn't appeal to many. But not all amusement parks are built alike. And in Cincinnati, there may be one that’s just your speed — Coney Island.

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Don't Downgrade When You Downsize Your Senior Housing

No guide to retirement living is complete without a few tips to maximize your living space. Although moving into a senior living community or a smaller home is often a positive experience, downsizing does present certain challenges. A cozy new home without massive upkeep problems is something many seniors appreciate, but it can be difficult to know what to keep and how to organize.

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Men's Health Month Brings up Concerns for Seniors

Most people entering their golden years find that their body is moving a little slower these days. For men, however, there are a few distinctive health concerns to start thinking about on top of the general wear and tear.

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Wonderful Chefs Make Living in These Retirement Communities a Treat

Residents of the Marjorie P. Lee and Deupree House retirement communities in Cincinnati know good cuisine. Episcopal Retirement Homes (ERH) takes great care to make sure that residents are getting not only the proper nutrition, but that they have exciting, scrumptious dining options every day. Having expert chefs at the helm in each retirement center’s culinary department certainly helps.

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Stroke Education Imperative for Cincinnati Retirement Communities

Stroke is one of today’s leading causes of death, fourth in the United States, but it’s one of the least discussed and recognizable health conditions for one of the highest risk populations—women.

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Cincinnati Retirement Communities in for a Healthcare Shakeup in 2015

With the Affordable Care Act bringing a broad spectrum of changes to healthcare in the United States– the first major overhaul we’ve seen in decades– senior healthcare, in particular, is seeing some significant changes and improvements.

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Senior Housing Trends of 2014

Without a doubt, senior housing has come a long way in the past few decades. But there are always improvements to be made.

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