Category Archives for "Decision Making"

When to hire a geriatric case manager

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Keep your sanity! When to hire a geriatric case manager Travel the hill-country called aging and soon you’ll find it fraught with confusion. So, if you care for an elderly loved one, it helps to have a guide – otherwise known as a geriatric case manager. They’re a map for all things aging. Find out what […]

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Security measures in senior living facilities: Are owners doing enough?

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Security measures in senior living facilities: Are owners doing enough?Residents of senior living facilities look to owners to provide security measures. Are owners doing enough to protect residents from abuse and theft?Read about one family’s experience of theft in a senior community and how it could have been prevented.My friend’s mother was robbed a few […]

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Advance Health and Pet Decisions

The Only Things Certain in this World…Taxes and Death. It makes sense then that Tax Day and National Health Care Decisions Day are back to back – 15th and 16th. We all know the importance of making health care decisions in advance of a serious illness or accident. But have you thought about what will […]

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