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What Are Loneliness and Social Isolation?

Social isolation and loneliness are separate concepts even though they are often used interchangeably. Social isolation is the lack of social contacts and having few people to interact with regularly. Loneliness is the sense of being alone that includes distress or...

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Watch Out for 6 Top Diabetes Complications

Diabetes is linked to additional serious health conditions An estimated 33% of adults aged 65 and older have diabetes – more than 1 in 4 older adults. And complications of diabetes put seniors at even higher risk of developing other serious medical conditions. There...

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Culture: The Only Way to Fill Your Buildings

This is a great article, we immerse ourselves in understand the communities in the St. Louis region and educate families, so they can make the best decisions for their loved ones. We understand that the Executive Director and Director of Nursing make or break the...

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Home Health Care and In Home Care: What Do They Do?

They sound the same, but are different services The words “home health care” and “in home care” sound so similar, most people assume they’re the same thing. But they’re not the same and there are some important differences. We explain what home health care is, what in...

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As we age, we often find ourselves facing new and more complex issues than when we were younger: estate planning, disability, health care, retirement, taxes, and financial planning issues may arise. Planning for this time can be confusing and difficult without the...

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