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Volunteering with Seniors This Holiday Season

Nursing Home Blog

Many life-enriching experiences can be had when you volunteer to assist the elderly population. From sharing lessons learned and heartfelt stories, to lending a caring hand or keeping a sharp eye out for wrongful elder abuse, there are countless ways that you can help seniors. Whether you spend an hour each week or find some…

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Injury Prevention Tips for the Elderly

Nursing Home Blog

As we grow older, we are not as spry as we used to be. You may bump into objects in the home. Sometimes, your feet might miss a step on the stairs and you have to grab the railing for support. The occasional stumble or vision issue might just seem like a fact of life.…

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Exploring How Elder Abuse Impacts Those in Its Path

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No one wants to think about elder abuse. It causes irreparable harm to those who have survived the longest and continues to be a major problem in all societies. The elder abuse lawyers at Garcia, Artigliere & Medby recognize the vastness of abuse and why it should concern everyone. Is Elder Abuse Always Based on…

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5 Ways to Stay Safe as a Senior Citizen on Halloween

Nursing Home Blog

Scary costumes, haunted houses, candy-filled bags…it’s that time again – Halloween. While it is a fun and festive time for youth, Halloween is a holiday that strikes fear in the homes of senior citizens. Opening their homes to strangers at night creates all sorts of hazards for the elderly that are all too real. If…

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Prevent Financial Elder Abuse with These Simple Steps

Nursing Home Blog

It is a shame, yet we see it every day. Elder abuse from friends, family members, and associates who steal straight from an individual’s account. Stealing money from someone who is dependent on the thief creates a perfect storm. It can be difficult, if not impossible, to catch this type of criminal activity. After all,…

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Is There a Multiracial Disparity in Elder Care?

Elder Abuse, Nursing Home Blog

The nursing home has traditionally been the aging population’s last place of residence. However, more and more, rising health care access and increased Medicaid funding toward assisted living and other residential facilities has offered many Americans a new lease on life in their senior years. Unfortunately, this trend towards less restrictive senior housing arrangements doesn’t…

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Abusers of the Elderly Usually Know Their Victims

Nursing Home Blog

According to the CDC, the definition of elder abuse includes any action or inaction that betrays trust and either harms or increases the risk of harm to adults who are aged 60 or over. This abuse could be physical, emotional, or even financial in nature. Sadly, most victims know their abusers. Most Abusers of the Elderly…

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