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How To Talk To Your Parents About Medical Alert Systems

Falling – it’s the fear of every adult with elderly parents. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) says that three million older people are treated in hospital emergency rooms for inj...

September 18, 2018

Bay Alarm Medical

5 Ways to Avoid Helicopter Behavior with Your Senior Parent

They raise you, loved you, and kept you safe. Now, your parent is older, more at-risk for falls and elder scams, and showing signs that concern you and warrant your involvement in daily deci...

June 26, 2018

Linsey Knerl

How to Create a Family Care Plan for Your Senior Loved One

Whether it’s your grandparent, parent, or older aunt or cousin, there will probably come a time when you realize that a loved one needs a bit more help doing even the simplest tasks in the...

April 30, 2018

Linsey Knerl

6 Things to Look For when Choosing a Medical Alert System

If you’re reading this article, more than likely you’re probably looking into getting a medical alert system for yourself, a friend or a loved one. You are already doing a great...

June 5, 2017

Alan Wu

5 Signs It’s Time For A Medical Alert System

Has a loved one suffered a fall or other injury while at home recently? Or are you only looking for medical alert system information for mom and dad because they’re still active and in...

March 9, 2017

Bay Alarm Medical

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 Co-Founder, Amie Clark

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

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 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

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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