Senior Living Experts® Featured in News-Star Article

Posted April 29, 2016
Senior Living Experts® Featured in News-Star Article
Headline: "Senior Living Experts Aid In Elder Care Search" We were honored to be featured in a full-page article in the News-Star newspaper this week, in the April 27 - May 3, 2016 edition, on page 9.  We appreciate all the kind words and compliments and as always we give all the credit to our wonderful Senior Living Expert advisors Kerry Quirin and Nancy Siegel.
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Seniors and Occupational Therapy

Posted April 26, 2016
Seniors and Occupational Therapy
Seniors and Occupational Therapy (OT) is not really what it may sound like. Many assume that OT deals with bringing you mentally and physically back to being able to "work"; hence the word "occupation." However OT is actually about becoming stronger and more independent with everyday life skills. Seniors and Occupational Therapy Seniors may experience a decrease in their ability to perform everyday actions of life. Occupational therapy can be offered in nearly every type of living condition; so the first step is to allow us to help you determine what living conditions are best for you and your particular ...
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National Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month

Posted April 19, 2016
National Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month
April is National Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month and a time to reflect upon the disease and some important things to remember. Parkinson's Disease Awareness Awareness of the disease can help you not only learn how to deal with it but what may possibly be expected in your future. You will learn about the symptoms, the procedures, the medications, the holistic treatments and so much more when it comes to figuring out the body with PD. What is Parkinson's Disease? Parkinson's disease is a progressive, chronic disease that affects the ability of movement. It causes nerve cells within the brain (neurons) ...
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Bereaved Spouses

Posted April 12, 2016
Bereaved Spouses
April is Bereaved Spouses Month and Senior Living Experts wants to help you with losing a spouse. We can find you the options and care you need as you move on with your life. Constant Caregivers who Become Bereaved Spouses One of the hardest times of life is when one our partner's life begins to decline. If you're loved one has passed on after a long battle with diseases such as Dementia Cancer COPD Alzheimer's Debilitating Disease you may have already begun the bereavement process without realizing. Coping with the Loss of a Spouse Something that many people don't understand ...
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World Health Day 2016 and Diabetes

Posted April 5, 2016
World Health Day 2016 and Diabetes
This year the World Health Organization (WHO) is celebrating World Health Day 2016 with a focus on diabetes; bringing diabetes awareness to the forefront. Diabetes Statistics Diabetes by the Numbers - Every year 1.4 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes; 350 million people worldwide. Un-diagnosed Diabetics - It is estimated that 8.1 million Americans have diabetes but are not diagnosed. Diagnosed Diabetics - There are approximately 21 million Americans who have been diagnosed with diabetes each year. Diabetic Deaths - 1.5 million people die from diabetes or the effects of diabetes each year. Consistent Increase in Diabetic Diagnoses - WHO ...
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