My mom was a heart patient.  She also had a hearing aid, but she didn’t always wear it. When my mom would lie down on her heart failure monitoring system (called a Cardio MEMS), it would speak to her if she was not positioned well enough an the special pillow to get a good reading...
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I’m looking forward to serving this special interest group, as I have a passion for helping people with intellectual disabilities and people with: no vision/low vision, Parkinson’s, and hearing loss. Best, Steve
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Subtle changes in your aging parent’s home or in their physical appearance can be a clue that something important has changed, and may need further investigation by a professional.  Changes in their hair style or care, change in makeup, what they are wearing can actually be an early warning sign about how they are doing...
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Families face a wide range of difficult issues when their older loved ones faces declining physical health or dementia.  There is incredible stress in the sandwich generation, those who are caring for their own families and their parents.  Research suggests that the families that navigate these troubled waters best are those that have a plan...
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Psalms 56:8 reminds us that God puts our tears into a bottle. What a wonderful verse to show us that when terrible things happen, such as the recent explosions in Boston, God deeply understands our laments, hurts, and sorrows, because He is saddened too.  Some interpret this verse as each of us having our own...
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Retirement is a concept that is well-appreciated by the population spanning all the generations. Whether you are a young professional or an elderly baby boomer, retirement is bound to elicit a favorable response from you. After all, the goals of an aging baby boomer are to lounge around their home, to take long walks in...
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“It gets more difficult when night time comes…” is the common sentiment felt by the care providers and loved ones of seniors who have Alzheimer’s. Because of this, those who have seniors as their parents or grandparents are terribly familiar with the term “sundowning”. Basically, “sundowning” is what happens to a senior who exhibits Sundowner’s...
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At the height of medical experiments and costly professional consultation fees, more and more consumers, particularly baby boomers, are looking for more cost-effective ways to attain medical help and assistance while keeping expenses relatively low and light on the pocket. After all, health is considered to be a universal right that should be enjoyed by...
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There have been a lot of research studies done and statistical results uncovered in order for the general population to discern the relationship between seniors and technology. The findings of these various studies have been consistent every time: it is a popular concept that technology and seniors can mix together and live in a balanced...
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Technology makes our lives easier.  Technology for seniors might sound like an oxymoron, but the reality is they go hand in hand. Yes, that’s right the same people that call you to run TV remote and read the manual on their blender get the most out of the use of technology. How you ask?  Technology...
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