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How to Have a Good Retirement on a Budget

Article is from the Senior Spirit newsletter. The concept of a golden retirement is a relatively new idea. It was not until the late 19th and early 20th centuries that workers started getting pensions and lived long enough to enjoy their later years. Before that, people worked until they died. More recently, we’ve created the…

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How good is your memory?

Wanted-1,000,000 people to participate in a memory study. Matthew Huentelman from T-GEN, a non-profit research facility in Phoenix, Arizona, is doing a worldwide study on how thinking and memory change as we age. Matt is looking for a range of ages, from 18-80 with a variety of backgrounds and cognitive abilities. The goal is to…

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Relax Away the Stresses of Caregiving

With an aging population and changes in health care, such as shorter hospital stays, more and more caregiving is being provided by family members. If you’re a caregiver, you know that taking care of a loved one can be very rewarding. But being a caregiver can be stressful at times. It is important to take…

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Personal Environment-Make it Safe and Comfortable

The word environment usually produces images of the great outdoors, but let’s take it a step further and consider our personal environment, especially as baby boomers age in place or mom and dad move in with their children. The space needs to be both safe and comforting. As we age, the risk of falling increases…

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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 complicates our life. I have recently decided to down size my life to reduce the…

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4 Myths About How to Act When Someone’s Dying

By Paula Spencer Scott, Caring.com senior editor (This is often an unspoken topic in our society, but so important in the transition from this life to the next. Please help spread this message by reposting. Steve Kramer) People often adhere to a code of conduct about the end of life that’s just not rooted in…

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Changes Could Improve Medicare and Seniors’ Health

If you’ve been frightened by all the gloom and doom talk in Washington about the future of Medicare, the good news is that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) actually strengthens the health care program for seniors and offers preventive services that should boost your health. The act also starts to close the so-called and much…

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Making Tax Time a Little Bit Easier

Reprinted from the Senior Spirit Newsletter, a CSA Publication It’s that time of year again, a time of teeth-gnashing and pencil-crunching, as we haul out our receipts and statements from last year and prepare to do our federal income tax returns. As tax deadline approaches, you may not be aware of all the deductions available…

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Press Release-Best of Home Care Award

Blessings! For Seniors Companion Care Receives “Best of Home Care” Award Goodyear- 2/08/2013 – Blessings! For Seniors Companion Care today announced that it has been recognized with Home Care Pulse’s “Best of Home Care” distinction. Awarded to the top 50% of agencies in client satisfaction scores from Home Care Pulse, Blessings! For Seniors Companion Care…

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Identity Theft-Protect Yourself

It’s a frightening fact that identity theft is a rampant crime that can happen to anyone, and scams against seniors are the most common form of fraud. Of the many methods used, the phone is the easiest and most common way to connect with unwary victims. To protect yourself follow these identity theft prevention tips:…

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