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      The Best Option When Somebody Needs Care at Home Is to Rely on Experienced Aides

      By Stephen Sternbach | July 16, 2018

      One of the easiest things to do when someone needs help is to lean on a family member or friend. For example, your car just broke down. You’re on the side of the road. You’re only a couple of miles from home and the thought of paying $100 or more for a tow back to…

      When a Senior with Dementia Becomes Aggressive, What Can Be Done?

      By Stephen Sternbach | June 25, 2018

      In the beginning, an elderly person recently diagnosed with some type of dementia, which can include Alzheimer’s, may appear to only need some reminders. They are, for the most part, still capable of attending to their own basic needs. They don’t need a tremendous amount of assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). In time,…

      The Most Important Step in Recovery from Pneumonia

      By Stephen Sternbach | May 21, 2018

      Melinda was feeling worn out. She was feeling tired. At 76, she knew her health and strength weren’t nearly the same as they were in her younger years, but up until the last week or so she was still feeling pretty good. She thought she had the flu. After all, flu season just started, and…

      What Can the Aid and Attendance Pension Help Cover?

      By Kevin Watkins | April 25, 2018

      When people hear about the Aid and Attendance Benefit (or pension) made available through the VA, they have a lot of questions. It was designed to provide financial support to soldiers who had been injured and disabled during World War I. In the years since, it has been expanded to provide financial assistance for qualifying…

      Adapting to Circumstances Requires a Willingness to Do So, and Proper Planning, Especially for Someone Dealing with the Effects of Alzheimer’s

      By Kevin Watkins | March 26, 2018

      It’s easy to say a person is going to adapt to their new circumstances, but it’s completely different to actually face them and make the right choices. When an elderly person has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, family and friends, including a spouse, adult children, and maybe even some close neighbors, will be faced with the…

      Not All Veterans Can Get Around Easily, and Home Care Could Benefit Them

      By Stephen Sternbach | March 23, 2018

      It’s true that when we get older it becomes more difficult to do some of the things we took for granted most of our life. Basic ambulation, or getting around, can become complicated as people age. This is true for veterans and others alike. When aging veterans reach a point in their life when they…




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