Forgetting familiar names, not remembering where we left our keys, or forgetting items at the grocery store is common, and perfectly normal.  Most people begin noticing forgetfulness around mid-life.  Brain cells begin to die off…

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Families throughout the country are incorporating monitoring, assisting, and injury/illness protection technologies to help older adults age in place.  For many elderly people, technology can mean the difference between staying at home and having to…

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Having family conversations about aging issues and long term care can be difficult. But families that plan in advance – before problems arise – make these conversations more reasonable than some may fear. An AARP…

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We’re living longer and healthier lives than ever before in human history. However, if a time comes when help is needed, questions about living arrangements that include assistance or care often arise. Because so many…

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