Apr 27 2020

What to Do When You’re Homebound: 7 Activity Ideas for Bored Seniors To Do

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By Michelle Seitzer Before his dementia advanced, my grandfather was busy creating woodcarvings and other treasures in his workshop—his strong, work-worn hands guiding heavy pieces of wood through table saws...
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Jan 16 2014

How Do I Find Other Caregivers Like Me?

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A new study referenced in this HuffPost50 article revealed “4 in 10 U.S. adults are now caring for a sick or elderly family member as more people develop chronic illnesses…

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Dec 30 2013

5 New Year’s Resolutions for Better Mobility in 2014

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by Michelle Seitzer Out with the old, in with the new. At this time of year, everyone is thinking about how they’ll do things differently in 2014. But how do…

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Dec 10 2013

Top Online Shopping Tips for Everyone on Your List

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by Michelle Seitzer You know what I love about shopping online? The ability to narrow down your options. Online shopping is also ideal for when roads are icy or you…

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Nov 27 2013

9 Great Holiday Gifts for Older Adults

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by Michelle Seitzer Need gift ideas for the important, but tough-to-buy-for, seniors in your life? Use this guide to inspire your shopping this holiday season: Time together: Your time is…

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Nov 19 2013

Accommodate Everyone This Holiday Season

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By Michelle Seitzer Holidays can be overwhelming. From the stress of preparing and hosting to the noise, crowds, and overabundance of food, some people would rather hibernate until the New…

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Oct 15 2013

Lady Liberty Is Accessible to All

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By Michelle Seitzer Current news (as of October 12, 2013): The government shutdown caused the Statue of Liberty’s doors to close 12 days ago. However, New York has allocated dollars…

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Oct 01 2013

7 Flexible Work Opportunities for At-Home Caregivers

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by Michelle Seitzer Caring for a loved one at home can be an expensive undertaking, and one that can often place caregivers and their families in a financially vulnerable position….

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Sep 17 2013

Alzheimer’s and Mobility: How to Prevent Falls and Wandering

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by Michelle Seitzer September is World Alzheimer’s Month — 30 days devoted to raising awareness for the 35 million people affected by dementia worldwide. On September 21st, Alzheimer’s Action Day,…

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May 23 2013

Scams Targeting Seniors and How to Avoid Them

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by Michelle Seitzer My grandfather loved getting mail from Publisher’s Clearing House (PCH). Though he occasionally bought a few of the advertised knickknacks in hopes of a big sweepstakes win,…

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