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Insights into the Changing Landscape of Memory Care

Providing memory care needs is a booming market opportunity for specialized facilities. The number of adults with cognitive impairments is increasing, but the number of caregivers is decreasing, which requires more innovative solutions. While some facilities are stand-alone solutions for…

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Taking Care of Loved Ones in a Nursing Home

The flu, pneumonia, COVID 19, and other contagious diseases disproportionately affect residents in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities. According to the American Family Physician Journal, a flu outbreak in a nursing home often affects 20 percent or more…

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Introducing SECURE 2.0 in 2023

SECURE (Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act) introduced the first major changes to retirement legislation since 2006's Pension Protection Act. The impact of the SECURE Act on some retirees, near-retirees, and their future beneficiaries may significantly affect you,…

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Identity Thieves Target Seniors

Identity theft occurs every 22 seconds. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received 5.7 million complaints regarding fraud and identity theft in 2021. According to The National Council of Identity Theft Protection, cases of fraud are up 70% from 2020. While everyone…

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Record-Breaking Debt Amongst Seniors

A subprime mortgage crisis triggered by falling home prices in 2006 led to the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression between 2007 and 2010. Then the risk spread into pension funds, mutual funds, and corporations that owned the derivatives. It…

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Living Alone Increases Your Risk of Dementia

As Americans age, they are increasingly choosing to age in place. Nearly all older adults prefer to age in the comfort of their long-time homes and familiar community surroundings. Aging in place often means living alone. Pew Research findings show…

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