Senior Living Ads, Inc.
Senior Living Ads, Inc.
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  •   Although the Holidays are already here, and in many states it’s been snowing for a while already, the winter solstice only began on December 21st!  And we all know winter is the cold season.  For youngsters in their prime, getting a cold isn’t usually a big deal. They can muddle through, go to work, and get their holiday schedule done just as well. However, for seniors, a cold can sometimes be m...

Senior Living Ads, Inc.
Senior Living Ads, Inc.
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  •   Even the tech-savvy Millennials often find the rapid changes in technology quite daunting. In a rush, the world had to learn how to type, search the web, check their email regularly, cultivate a social media site, adapt to smartphones, and navigate a smart TV. For seniors from the Baby Boomer era and older, this technology shift is often even more confusing. Many seniors have opted not to even b...

Senior Living Ads, Inc.
Senior Living Ads, Inc.
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  •   Over the years we’ve all seen the hokey “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up” commercials. The bad acting may make us chuckle, but the reality of a deadly fall for a senior loved on is no laughing matter. Survey after survey shows that seniors strongly prefer to spend their retirement years “aging in place,” meaning they want to remain at home for as long as possible. However, as medical complication...

Senior Living Ads, Inc.
Senior Living Ads, Inc.
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  •   Our nation has united to dedicate the month of November to spreading awareness about the very serious issue of Alzheimer’s and dementia. The month also commemorates the caregivers for those with Alzheimer’s and the work they do to improve the health of senior loved ones with cognitive impairment.   The National Alzheimer’s Association has chosen the color purple as its symbol for those who want ...

Senior Living Ads, Inc.
Senior Living Ads, Inc.
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  •     It is one of the most tragic, inevitable facts of life that all of the ones we hold dear in our lives will not be around forever. As many seniors grow further into their later years, the prospect becomes more and more possible for a family that a loved one may not have much longer. This may also be the first Thanksgiving or Christmas that a senior has to spend without his or her beloved spouse...

Senior Living Ads, Inc.
Senior Living Ads, Inc.
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  • How to Make Senior Care Funds Last

      Covering the costs of long-term senior care can be difficult for many Americans with hefty medical and personal assistance needs. There is no timer for how many years we are blessed to have on this earth; so families must do their best to plan for and save as much as they can for possible elder care needs down the road. Once a family has come together and decided on what housing plan is best for...

  • Favorite Halloween Candy for Grandkids

      Halloween is a holiday where America’s children and grandchildren get to be whoever they wish to be—they can become their heroes, and their communities cheer them on! For grandparents, Halloween can be a great photo opportunity to capture that adorable   moment when your grandchild became a superhero. You may possibly expect a knock on your door on Halloween night from your beloved grandson, the...

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