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How To Protect Your Elderly Parents From Identity Theft

According to the U.S. Senate’s Special Committee on Aging, older Americans lose three billion dollars a year in financial scams. Unfortunately, the older population has always been the primary target of identity thieves since they’re often socially isolated, tend to be overly trusting, and are the most prone to memory loss. Here’s how you can…

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How To Celebrate Easter With Your Elderly Loved One With Dementia

If the long-term memory of individuals suffering from dementia is unaffected, it is possible that they can still remember how to celebrate Easter from childhood memories and may still understand what the occasion is all about. To commemorate the holiday and reconnect with the family, we have gathered a few group activities to carry out…

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3 Fun Activities For Your Loved One With Parkison’s Disease

In our later years, it becomes more crucial than ever to maintain a physically and socially active lifestyle. However, we understand that this stage of life is also accompanied by many age-related issues like a lack of mobility and energy, and having medical conditions. Engaging in these fun activities for your loved ones with Parkinson’s…