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What is a Competent Caregiver?
Hospitals and rehabs discharge seniors to the family but are required to ensure the discharge is... Read More
Post-Retirement Planning
By CarePatrol The average American retires at age 62 with an average length of the... Read More
Aging…The Circle of Life
We love this poem written by Donald Loudon. The first stanza of the poem says: The circle of life... Read More
Understanding Eldercare Payer Sources
By CarePatrol Americans are eligible for Medicare the month they turn 65.  Many have a... Read More
What Exactly is Assisted Living?
By CarePatrol When the parents of the Baby Boomer generation were raising their families, the... Read More
Dehydration - Recognizing The Signs
By CarePatrol A recent emergency room survey found that 68% of all visits came from seniors 75... Read More
Florida Hospital Giving Away Thousands in Healthcare
By CarePatrol Ben Franklin offered us a piece of wisdom with the quote “A penny saved is a... Read More
How Can Exercise Increase Quality of Life?
By CarePatrol of Western Michigan-Grand Rapids East  As we age, the importance of staying... Read More
Planning Advice for Taking Care of a Senior in Your Home
By CarePatrol  Opening your house for a parent or other loved one to stay with you either... Read More
Board and Care Homes – a Great Option for Seniors
For seniors who prefer to live in a smaller setting, a board and care home may be a good option.... Read More
Medicaid Planning
By CarePatrol If you could get the state to pay for caring for your elderly parents, would you... Read More
Choosing the Right Primary Care Doctor that Specializes in Senior Care
By CarePatrol of the Inland Empire Finding the right primary care doctor for your senior loved... Read More
Engaging in Inter-generational Relationships
By CarePatrol of Pittsburgh The older generation has contributed so much to society.  An... Read More
Holiday Visits When Your Loved One is in Assisted Living
By CarePatrol of Mokena-Joliet Assisted living communities typically allow family members to... Read More
Why NOW is the Best Time to Consider Assisted Living
By CarePatrol Aging is happening to all of us every day. What we don’t realize is that, as... Read More
Documents of Aging
By CarePatrol Our lives start with a single document and increase throughout life until the... Read More
The Payback Decade
By CarePatrol For most people, the decade between age 75 and 85 is when the body communicates... Read More
Could Common Germs Be Tied to Alzheimer's?
Close to 6 million Americans now have Alzheimer’s disease. By 2050, that number likely will more than double. The fatal brain disease can’t yet be effectively treated or cured, but recent studies suggest that theory long on the fringes of Alzheimer’s research may provide new approaches to the disease. Could common infections contribute to its development? Read More
What Does Medicare Help Cover?
By CarePatrol Medicare is a program the federal government uses for citizens 65 years and older... Read More
Waiting Too Long Before Considering Retirement Community Options is an Avoidable Mistake
By CarePatrol of Western Michigan-Grand Rapids East Betty Smith thought she had time. There was... Read More

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