Care Services Still Lacking for Veterans

Defining necessary health care for veterans can be almost impossible.  Everyone has unique needs. They might be young but have mental and emotional scars from their time overseas, or they could be older and have health care needs related...

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Home Care Partners appears on “My Generation” Radio Program

J.D. Miller, CEO/Founder of Home Care Partners,  appeared as a guest on a recent radio segment of "My Generation."  Click on lick to listen. Hosted by the publishers of South Shore Senior News earlier last month.  We discussed issues relating to home...

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Work, Retirement, and Social Security

Thinking about funding retirement years? Seniors need to understand their resources and options. See additional information from the Social Security Administration regarding benefits, your eligible age, and your ability to be patient... ****************************************************************** You may start receiving Social Security benefits as...

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Full Retirement Age Increases in 2017 – Social Security

Re-posting information from Social Security. It is worth noting...full retirement age is on a gradual increase due to laws enacted 30 years ago. See below... Every worker’s dream is having a secure retirement to enjoy the fruits of their labor....

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Glaucoma and Early Detection

Although glaucoma primarily affects the middle-aged and elderly, it can impact people of all ages. The loss of vision is caused by damage to the optic nerve, which is responsible for carrying images from the eye to the brain. As...

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January Resolutions

Are you still continuing with your new year's resolutions? According to an article in the Journal of Psychology, about 50 percent of Americans make resolutions at this time of year in areas of health (lose weight, exercise more, stop...

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Observe Elders in Need of Help

Have you noticed your elderly parents needing household assistance? During this holiday season, be observant when visiting elderly family. If you notice a problem in one area, for example: stale food in the refrigerator...this might also be indicative of other...

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Brain Nourishment for Elders

As we grow older, normal aging causes elders to experience decline in cognitive functions. Leading a healthy lifestyle that’s both socially and intellectually stimulating combats normal, age-related mental decline. Here are some additional tips to help keep the mind sharp...

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Veteran Benefits with Social Security

In honor of Veterans Day, I am re-posting a memo from the Social Security Administration... Every Veterans Day, the nation honors the brave men and women who risk their lives to protect our country and the freedoms we cherish. Social...

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Honoring Our Service Members

Timely re-post from the Social Security Administration as we approach Memorial Day... "Traditionally, on Memorial Day we honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation. The unexpected loss of a service member is a difficult experience for the...

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