Bathing Tips for Your Elderly Parents

Helping elderly parents maintain proper hygiene, and cleanliness, can be frustrating and feel overwhelming. There are many, many issues - both emotional and functional - to consider. For example, do either of your aging parents want to...

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How to Compare Medicare Advantage Plans?

The following information provided by PayingforSeniorCare.com, an organization striving to access reliable and up-to-date information about financial resources for seniors... ************************************************************************************ With so many plan choices, it can be hard to know which type of plan is best. Below elders can...

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Types of Medicare Advantage Plans

The following information provided by PayingforSeniorCare.com , an organization striving to access reliable and up-to-date information about financial resources for seniors... ********************************************************************** Medicare Advantage, also known as Medicare Part C, is provided separately by both private insurance carriers and the federal...

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Enrollment and Eligibility for Medicare Advantage in Massachusetts

The following information compliments of PayingforSeniorCare.com, an organization striving to provide up-to-date information about financial resources for seniors... ******************************************************************** Prior to enrolling in Medicare Advantage (Part C), seniors must first be enrolled in Original Medicare. Anyone who is eligible for Medicare...

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Defining Medicare Advantage (Part C)

The following information provided by PayingforSeniorCare.com , an organization striving to access reliable and up-to-date information about financial resources for seniors... ************************************************************* Medicare Advantage (Part C), a privately offered alternative to Original Medicare (Parts A and B), has grown in popularity...

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Glaucoma Awareness

Glaucoma is an eye disease with virtually no symptoms. Once vision is lost, the loss is permanent. Currently, more than three million Americans are hindered by glaucoma. The loss of vision is caused by...

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5 Steps to Disinfecting Surfaces

Covid-19 is not going away easily. In many parts of the country, positive tests are showing a rate of increase. We all must continue to adhere to safety protocols -- especially elderly and those with underlying...

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Covid Precautions and Protections

Excerpted from AARP... The Covid-19 pandemic is far from over. So to adjust, we all must make some trade-offs. Practically speaking, if you have been feeling well and taking good precautions, and have access to protective gear, then...

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Is it Safe to Visit Elders at Home?

Excerpted from AARP.... Although "stay at home orders" are easing up in some parts of the country, questions about whether it's wise to visit older relatives still loom large. Seniors who contract COVID-19 face a high risk of developing dangerous...

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Cold Versus Flu

With all of the Covid news currently, many of us - elders and younger adults - are more cognizant of our health and lifestyle choices. Sometimes we can all jump to invalid conclusions based on our hyper sensitivity...

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