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Over the past 90 years, we’ve become the nation’s largest not-for-profit provider of senior care and services, with more than 240 centers across the United States.

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Senior topics

Faith

Aging Faithfully: Speaking boldly in difficult times

Oct 17, 2014


I can’t stop thinking about the Baltic Cruise I took aboard the Norwegian Star in September. We had gorgeous weather the whole time. I loved sitting curled up in our ship’s cabin looking...

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Well-being

Plan ahead to make winter exercise more effective

Oct 14, 2014


We all know that regular physical activity – such as walking or cycling – has significant benefits for our health. It can reduce our risk for cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, colon and...

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Senior advocacy

Four protective financial strategies to pursue in your 50s

Oct 13, 2014


What should top your list of financial priorities and planning at age 50?

 

#1: Focus on that final stretch to retirement.

 

Saving remains a financial priority, and your 50s are the best...

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Diet

Malnutrition: Are you at risk?

Oct 09, 2014


When we think of malnutrition, we often envision starving children in foreign countries. Rarely do we think of our own parents or grandparents.

 

As many as 38 percent of seniors living at...

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Well-being

Depression in seniors: How to help, warning signs, resources

Oct 08, 2014


As people age, many face new situations and losses, and for some, depression can be a common result. But depression is not a normal or inevitable result of aging, and the warning signs of...

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Senior care & services

This is not your grandma’s nursing home

Oct 04, 2014


You may be saying, “I don’t want to move to The Home.” You may be envisioning — and dreading — a nursing home filled with patients in beds, nurses in white caps and a cold, hushed...

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