Senior Living Blog - October, 2017

Hospice Care

Published October 31, 2017 by Donna Mae Scheib

"I was mostly fearful and exhausted, so when I learned about hospice and how the program could help my mother, it was a wonderful relief." Learn more about one woman's gratitude for hospice, what it is is and how it might help your loved one, too. read more

Bone Health for Seniors

Published October 30, 2017 by Donna Mae Scheib

Osteoporosis is a deteriorating bone disease that affects over 10 million Americans, and nearly 54 million are at risk with low bone mass. Learn more about common problems and effects of osteoporosis and ways to improve bone health. read more

With constant advertisements, articles, blogs, videos, etc. coming from all sorts of sizes of companies and businesses, how is it even possible to reach your target audience? Let's focus on what happens when a person who may be interested in your senior living facility clicks on your website. What do you have to offer and how are you going to make them stay? read more

Routine health tests are often the first to be skipped when life gets busy, however these health screenings can be extremely important in identifying any medical issues as early as possible. Seniors may be the worst at keeping up with routine health screenings, often because they believe they cannot afford the cost—even with their portion of Medicare. But it's important to remember that screenings can detect life-threatening conditions, ultimately saving lives. read more

A lot has been written about the value of caregiving and the importance of taking good care of yourself so you can take care of others. Let's face it. Caregiving can take a toll on the caregiver. What are some things a caregiver can to do stay healthy? read more

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