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Check out our infographic explaining how you can help the elderly during the holidays.

How to Help the Elderly During the Holidays [Infographic]

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There’s no place like home for the holidays – unless you’re alone. If you’re thinking about who to help during the holidays, consider the needs of the elderly in your community. The elderly often need assistance or companionship due to physical limitations and isolation. Thankfully, there are many ways to give back. Scroll down to…

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The Lasting Effects of Elder Abuse [Infographic]

Elder Abuse

Seniors who have suffered elder abuse may have experienced a variety of injuries. Aside from the obvious injuries, which may include fractures or concussions, there can be more long-lasting effects that victims suffer. Scroll down to see how elder abuse can have a long-term physical, emotional and financial impact on senior citizens.

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Scammers Turn to Tech

Scammers Turn to Tech to Trick Seniors [Infographic]

Elder Abuse

Using computers, smartphones and social media can be a great way to stay in touch with family, but it can also open up people to potential dangers. New scams using technological advances are targeting senior citizens – these scams can be done over the phone, over the internet, via email or on social media. Scroll…

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elder abuse awareness day

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day [Infographic]

Elder Abuse

Elder abuse is unfortunately a worldwide problem. With the global population of elderly people expected to more than double by 2050, being aware of elder abuse problems in our communities is more important than ever. Scroll down to learn more about the global problem of elder abuse.    

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Elderly Dementia Facts

Elderly Dementia: What You Need to Know [Infographic]

Nursing Home Blog

Dementia is a condition that currently affects more than 5.1 million seniors in the United States, and experts expect that number to steadily increase over the next decade. Dementia patients are even more vulnerable and at greater risk for abuse in nursing homes than those without. Watch out for signs of abuse, especially if you cannot see them…

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