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Dementia Research by Chloe Hamilton Warm Embrace Elder Care

North American society places great value on independence and autonomy. These values are instilled at a young age and persist throughout life. One of the hallmarks of successful independence is the ability to remain living in one’s own home, creating a societal trend toward living in...

Posted Jul 20, 2009

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Toasted or Plain? by Chloe Hamilton Warm Embrace Elder Care

You’re sitting in the doctor’s waiting room, watching the clock, waiting for your mother’s medical tests to finally be over.   Mentally you’re calculating whether you have enough time to drive your mother home, pick up some groceries, and cook dinner for your...

Posted Jul 20, 2009

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Vascular Dementia by Chloe Hamilton of Warm Embrace Elder Care

How is your vascular health? That’s probably not a question that you’re frequently asked, and yet the impact of your vascular health is enormous. Did you know that caring for your vascular health could prevent dementia? Dementia is a broad term that is comprised of many...

Posted Jul 20, 2009

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Parkinson's Disease by Chloe Hamilton of Warm Embrace Elder Care

After years of waiting rooms, tests, and false diagnoses, your doctor has given you the final verdict: you have Parkinson’s disease.   You’ve suspected it for a while.   It was pretty subtle at the beginning, but the fatigue and stiffness are becoming more...

Posted Jul 20, 2009

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I think my ______ has Alzheimer’s! Now what? written by Laura Bramly

  More and more people are coming forward to say that one of their family members or friends may be showing signs of memory loss. I get this question all the time: What do I do now? Where do I go? Who do I talk to? There are so many diseases in the world, some easy to diagnose...

Posted Jul 20, 2009

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Achieving Well-Being by Chloe Hamilton of Warm Embrace Elder Care

“All of us will age eventually, if we live long enough,” stated Dr. Peter Naus at the June 15th “Celebrating Seniors” event.  His lecture focused on the positive elements of aging, which actually begins at birth.  In reality, people cannot delay aging,...

Posted Jul 13, 2009

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PROTECT YOURSELF FROM SCAMS & FRAUDS

Scams and frauds are the number one crime against seniors. Education is your best protection against unscrupulous scam artists and fraudsters. These are some of the most commonly perpetrated scams and frauds against seniors. Don’t fall prey. Door-to Door...

Posted Jun 30, 2009

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TOO YOUNG TO RETIRE. TOO OLD TO HIRE

TOO YOUNG TO RETIRE. TOO OLD TO HIRE.   Written By: Jennifer Rallis Co-Author of Ugly Resumes Get Jobs and Other Fishing Lessons (www.uglyresumes.com)   The 21 st  Century was supposed to usher in a wave of retiring Baby Boomers who would live...

Posted Jun 30, 2009

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It's Never Too Late to Learn How to Use a Computer

IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO LEARN HOW TO USE A COMPUTER   In ever increasing numbers seniors are embracing technology and they are currently the fastest growing group of computer buyers and Internet users. A recent study by the Canadian Internet Project reports that 51% of...

Posted Jun 30, 2009

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THE IMPORTANCE OF STAYING ACTIVE

 THE IMPORTANCE OF STAYING ACTIVE   Seniors can and should remain healthy, active, vital, independent, and sexy. These qualities are ageless. In fact seniors who live an active lifestyle – are physically active, exercise regularly, and participate in leisure activities...

Posted Jun 30, 2009

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