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In an Age of COVID, Meditation Has Many Benefits

Around the world, COVID-19 continues to be a traumatic event. Previously unthinkable challenges, unwanted changes, and devastating losses of loved ones became all too common. Whether you call it meditation, yoga, prayer, spirituality, contemplative or philosophical thought, meditative practices can…

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Being There for a Loved One Who Is in a Nursing Home

The effects of the Coronavirus pandemic have made advocating for your loved one in a nursing home more critical and complex than ever. Both residents and staff in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities are disproportionately affected by COVID-19…

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Considerations for Long-Term Care Insurance

In order for the elderly and disabled to receive the personal and health support they need, long-term care insurance can be the solution. However, it is important to understand long-term care insurance before the time comes when the benefits are…

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The Hidden Costs of Dementia and How It Affects Families

There are direct and indirect costs associated with Alzheimer’s and other related dementia diseases policymakers have to consider. Direct costs, in this instance, are the medical and social/non-medical care costs related to dementia; on average, expenses included $273 per month…

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The Elderly Affected by Data Breaches

Data breaches have unfortunately become a common occurrence, with the Capital One data breach, for example, compromising 100 million Americans. But what hasn’t been receiving much major media coverage are the recent breaches affecting seniors. One such breach occurred last…

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