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Three Disturbing Financial Scams Aimed at Seniors

Nursing Home Blog

One of the difficulties of growing old is that you often are on a fixed income, living off  retirement funds, investments and support from the government. At the same time, you may not be aware that criminals are waiting to pounce. When criminals discover that a senior has a big bank account, they develop financial…

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Nursing & Care Staff Reveal Resident Abuse

Elder Abuse, Nursing Home Blog

Between 2011 and 2015, more than 100 nursing and care employees were recruited to five new nursing homes. With previous experience working in nursing homes, the new employees were asked to participate in an anonymous questionnaire to determine the frequency and nature of any abuse they had witnessed – and the results were shocking! Results:…

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Putting a Stop to Elder Abuse by Generating Awareness

Nursing Home Blog

Elder abuse is a serious problem in the United States. According to the National Council on Aging, 1 out of every 10 Americans ages 60 and older has experienced some sort of elder abuse, with estimates as high as 5 million older adults being abused every single year. Many instances of abuse go unreported because the…

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Spreading Valentine’s Day Love to the Elderly

General

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and you probably already have plans to give your significant other beautiful roses, chocolates, and a great dinner. But don’t forget, this day is to express love to all who hold a special place in your heart – including your elderly loved ones. This year, consider making Valentine's Day a…

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Regulators Aim To Prohibit Social Media Abuse In Nursing Homes

Elder Abuse

Social media has created a digital realm that allows users to easily connect with one another and express themselves by sharing pictures and videos for the world to see. On the other hand, social media has caused several issues in nursing homes as caregivers have used their phones to exploit the vulnerable, elderly population. Find…

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How to Treat Elderly Depression Naturally

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When it comes to depression, it is not an issue that just affects young people or middle-aged adults. About 6 million elderly, age 65 and older, are affected by depression in the United States. Stressful life issues can bring these feelings to the forefront. Whether the elder has  recently lost a loved one, has been diagnosed with…

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