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How Can Caregivers Get Paid?

  There’s no denying that caregiving is a full-time job, so it makes sense that instituting some form of caregiver pay would be only fair. While the government has been making headway...

July 19, 2016

Natasha Springer

Exclusive Interview with TheSeniorList.com Co-Founder, Amie Clark

  Exclusive Interview I recently met with Amie Clark, Co-Founder of theseniorlist.com. She shares the story of how her booming website all began and the importance of senior support in ...

June 24, 2016

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Little Known Facts About Veterans Caregiver Benefits – And Why They Matter

As a veteran, after having served your country it’s only fitting that you have access to excellent benefits and services as a ‘thank you’ for the sacrifices you have made.  When an ag...

June 14, 2016

Natasha Springer

How To Avoid Medical Alert System Scams

Over the years, seniors have fallen victim to scam artists who exploit their age and vulnerability in order to get money. Thanks to technology, scammers have gotten smarter about how they pr...

April 12, 2016

kayla_quinn

Top 5 Tech for Seniors at CES 2016

CES is often recognized for its tech gadgets, usually aimed towards young and hip consumers. However, I was there scoping out the newest gadgets for the aging population, specifically those ...

January 12, 2016

Alan Wu

5 Healthy New Year’s Resolutions For Everyone

A new year for many of us feels like a fresh start, better choices and new opportunities. Did you know? The act of making New Year’s resolutions dates all the way back to the Babyloni...

December 29, 2015

Carli De La Cruz

How To Approach Senior Dementia During the Holidays

If you believe everything that you see in advertisements on television, the holidays are a time of joy and merriment. In real life, however, the holidays can be stained with exhaustion and s...

December 8, 2015

Alan Wu

Holiday Safety Guide For Seniors

Home decorating is one of the most anticipated parts of the holiday season. Tinsel, trees, and candles are spread throughout the home. These beloved things give us warm and cozy feelings; a ...

December 1, 2015

Carli De La Cruz

5 Ways to Set Up Your Home for an Alzheimer’s Patient

If you have an elderly relative with Alzheimer's moving into your home, there are certain steps that need to be taken beforehand to ensure that each room is as accident-proof as possible....

November 5, 2015

Alan Wu

3 Ways for Caregivers to De-stress

Taking care of an Alzheimer's patient can be a stressful experience to say the least, but there are some ways that one may be able to make the responsibility a little less overwhelming. ...

November 4, 2015

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