Seniors and Driving – Discussion with Mom and Dad

Experts believe that any discussions on driving with elderly parents are likely to be emotional for all concerned, including family members. However, this meeting/discussion should not be put off. Here are some suggestions on the process: - Be prepared...

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Home Care Partners Joins Seniors First Collaborative

Seniors First is launched and includes a full range of legal, financial, housing and lifestyle solutions. Aging may bring wisdom, but it also creates new challenges and unanswered questions. - How can I structure my retirement to avoid outliving my savings? -...

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Telling Elderly Parent to Stop Driving

Truthfully, a difficult decision and discussion. There is no universal approach for family members and parents on this issue. It is normal and natural to question how best to broach conversation with Mom and Dad. Families are not sure...

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Are Mom and Dad Safe Behind the Wheel?

Telling an elderly parent that he or she needs to stop driving is a conversation that most adult children put off as long as possible.  And rightfully so. It is a very touchy, emotional, and difficult subject to tackle...

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Changes to Medical Definition of High Blood Pressure

The data that characterizes the definition of high blood pressure is changing. Now, the upper limit has been lowered. Which means many, many more Americans and older adults will now be diagnosed with medically defined "high blood...

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High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a very common health condition, affecting more than half of American adults. High blood pressure is often referred to as the “silent killer,” and is a leading cause of heart attack and stroke in North America....

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Seniorities: Scituate Non-Profit Community Organizations

Co-host, “Seniorities” As Chairman of the Board, Scituate Council on Aging, I co-host a regular Scituate cable tv program with Linda Hayes, Executive Director of the COA. Kim Stewart was recently named Scituate's Citizen of the Year, and is very active...

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Elderly Signals on Memory Loss?

According to research, as many as 10-20% of older adults above the age of 65 suffer from mild cognitive impairment. Another five million have Alzheimer’s disease, a progressive and deteriorating dementia. The process of aging will effect us all....

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