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Simplify Your Life

Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated. …Confucius This is so true. As we move through life we tend to gather unnecessary stuff, whether it is material possessions, unrealistic expectations or emotional baggage and it all … Continue reading

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Did you know…?

  Approximately 75 percent of people over age 65 have a valid driver’s license, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. According to recent research, people age 70 to 75 have a life expectancy of at least 18 years. … Continue reading

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And The Survey Says……..

Blessings! For Seniors goal is to provide superior client satisfaction and uses Home Care Pulse, a third party company that surveys Non-Medical Home Care Companies nationwide, to conduct a telephone survey to measure how we are doing. Our clients are … Continue reading

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TRIP Volunteer Driver Program Opens New Training Center

Blessings! For Seniors supports the new non-profit organization, Living Solutions for Seniors, Inc in it’s mission to establish a transportation program in Southwest Valley of Metro Phoenix.   The Independent Living Partnership has responded to national requests and established a training center … Continue reading

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10 Surprising Clues You’ll Live to 100 (6-10)

From Caring.com Clue #6: When were you born? What it may mean: Growing lifespans give younger people an edge. A 2011 report by the British Department for Work and Pensions estimated life expectancy for citizens at various ages, providing a … Continue reading

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8 Steps to Consider If You Are a Family Caregiver. Steps 4 & 5

Step 4. Facilitate conversations. Discussion about health conditions, finances, legal affairs, and end-of-life care are often difficult conversations at best, even among loving family members. But they are critical to understanding the needs and desires of our loved ones as … Continue reading

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How to Communicate with People Who Have Dementia Part 6

Determine “Who makes the decision?”  Health-care decisions should be made by the agent appointed in an advance directive or medical durable power of attorney. In some States you may need to have a mental health power of attorney. Please check … Continue reading

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