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Medicare.gov published updated Home Health Care Agency data for 2020 today. We’ve merged the updates with our historical data to provide trendlines on all of the critical metrics that you use to evaluate the agency that is best for you and your loved ones. This update is only the third one of 2020, and included […]Read More
Is a grandchild’s birthday coming up? Or maybe you want to get a head start on budgeting for your Christmas list. For people who don’t play video games, it can be hard to know what to buy. There are new games coming out all the time on various consoles, all with varying levels of quality. […]Read More
Anyone with a grandma in their life is a lucky soul. She provides a comforting hug, a listening ear, and might even spoil us shamelessly. When Christmas rolls around, we want to get her something nice, but sometimes it’s hard to figure out that perfect gift. After all, all gifts are not created equal. How […]Read More
The United States has made some great strides in reforming elder housing laws, but there’s still a long way to go. As baby boomers are aging, the future of America’s senior population is increasing steadily. The amount of adults 65 and up will likely increase by at least 48 million within the next twenty years. But the country’s current housing supply is […]Read More
Robot vacuum cleaners have been around for years, and we feel that they have gone through enough iterations now to be very useful in design, functionality, and ease-of-use. If you’re interested in them but don’t know where to start, let us save you some time. After trying multiple models by Neato Robotics, Roomba, iRobot, and […]Read More
If you are aging in place, this is one of the best inventions to ease the chore of making sure your yard gets the right amount of water. If you’re still relying on manual zone valve switching or traditional automatic timer systems, an upgrade to the Rachio Smart Sprinkler Controller will blow your mind. Reasons […]Read More
As we age, there are certain realities about what will happen to our bodies that we need to be aware of, and beyond that, we should understand how to prepare for and deal with the care of ourselves as these realities arrive in our lives. The author Atul Gawande shares his personal and professional experiences […]Read More
Our Senior Bazaar is the place to find all those special items and services that are non-existent or buried at other stores. Why a “Bazaar” you might ask. Well, the dictionary says a Bazaar is: “a store in which many kinds of goods are offered for sale” A good example of such a store was […]Read More
As many Americans will opt for early voting and mail-in ballots this year, it is critical to understand the rules and deadlines in your state. Axios has created an interactive tool that will stay current with the most critical information for your state. Below is the information, by state, as of 8/14/2020, and please refer […]Read More
Senior housing, now especially with the prevalence of COVID-19 affecting older populations, is more important than ever to evaluate with a critical eye before committing to the choice that fits you or a loved one best. As such, we wanted to remind you to take a look at the points on our Senior Housing page, […]Read More
Explanations of the many options available to meet the "Parent-digm" shift - successful role reversal. Discussion of ways to assist elders to remain in their home and gain at-home or community-based services. Definitions of the types of communities and homes-with-care that have replaced the "old age home."Age in Place Housing
Climate change can potentially disproportionately affect the most vulnerable populations, including seniors. This group may be one of the most affected because of decreased mobility, physiological changes, and access to resources.Climate Change and Seniors