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Senior topics

Well-being

Ageism: More than just a stereotype

Sep 18, 2014


Take a look at your social media feed, or the news on TV. How many people over age 65 do you see represented, positively, negatively—at all?

 

According to research from the Yale School of...

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Senior advocacy

Four types of fraud frequently perpetrated on older people

Sep 15, 2014


An estimated 1 million seniors lose about $2.6 billion annually through fraud, according to the MetLife Mature Market Institute.

 

In addition to online scams and investment fraud,...

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Well-being

Suicide in seniors: warning signs, resources, how to help

Sep 10, 2014


Suicide rates are highest among people 65 and older. When compared to suicide rates in other age groups, seniors have a startlingly higher completion rate. Studies show that when younger...

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Faith

Aging Faithfully: Come walk with me

Sep 02, 2014


We write articles to share information and editorials to declare an opinion. Both can be used to support a particular point of view and inform a good argument. On the other hand, we write...

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Senior advocacy

Care planning: Make your wishes known

Aug 26, 2014


Talking about end-of-life issues can seem scary or uncomfortable, but it’s a vital part of making sure your personal wishes and values are carried out.

 

An advance directive allows you to...

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Senior care & services

6 things to know about HUD housing

Aug 22, 2014


Affordable housing, also known as income-based housing, includes all types of communities where either some type of financial assistance is available or the rent is controlled for those...

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