Mr WordPress on Hello world!
Author Archives: all4seniors
By Kay Castillo, BSW Director of Advocacy, Policy, and Legislation March is National Social Work Month. There are more than 600,000 social workers in the United States. Social work is also one of t… Source: Take Time to Honor a Social Worker During March
It is one of the most important decisions you may make either for yourself, an elderly parent, or an elderly family member: choosing a caregiver. There are many factors you must consider. Such as: What makes a good caregiver? Does … Continue reading
Retirement can be a daunting stage of life. If you’re an adult that is preparing for or about to enter this season, you may be worrying. Questions arise such as, “How much is enough to save?” “How can I keep … Continue reading
Do you have questions about purchasing or looking at a type of medical alert button for yourself or a senior citizen in your life? If the answer to this question is “yes”, then the popular Huffington Post blog, “Savvy Senior” has some … Continue reading
Another extract from our The Senior’s Choice Connection, summer newsletter. This discussion is on dealing with hearing loss as you or your elderly family member age. Hearing loss is reported as one of the most common conditions affecting older adults. A third … Continue reading
We will be using our blog site to update our clientele on articles from the The Senior’s Choice Connection newsletter. Here below is the first article post from the newsletter. Selling a Home if Your Parent has Alzheimer’s Alzheimer’s can be … Continue reading