May 2013 Posts

Medication Mismanagement Can Send Seniors to the Hospital; Family Caregivers May Misinterpret Signs of Dementia

These and other stories are in the June edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter, providing information, advice and support for adult caregiving.

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Volunteerism Keeps Seniors Connected to Community

Often, seniors reach their golden years only to feel isolated and no longer connected to people and worthwhile community projects. But countless opportunities are waiting for seniors to stay engaged in local events and year-round activities.

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Treating Dementia Costs More Than Treating Cancer, Study Says

New research on the financial burden of dementia for Americans reveals that dementia care costs are at least as high as heart disease or cancer care costs and perhaps higher.

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Study Shows Aerobic Exercise Reverses Memory Loss in Seniors

Promising research reveals that aging is not a one-way street toward a declining body and mind. Instead, exercise is now helping older adults do a U-turn on memory loss.

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Retiring at 62 Is Unusual Now; Seniors in Workforce Increasing

Reaching age 62 and retiring is no longer an automatic step for America’s aging population.

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Stroke Recovery at Home; What You Need to Know About Hearing Aids

These and other stories are in the May edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter, providing information, advice and support for adult caregiving.

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