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Home is a place where you should feel respected, valued, satisfied and free to be yourself. We are honored that more than 27,000 people of all beliefs and faiths call us home.

Over the past 90 years, we’ve become the nation’s largest not-for-profit provider of senior care and services, with more than 240 centers across the United States.

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Senior topics

Well-being

Four great reasons to have us in your News Feed

Apr 16, 2014


Facebook is a wonderful way to keep in touch with your friends and family. Many people also use Facebook to stay updated with their favorite bands, shows and businesses. The Good Samaritan...

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Diet

Making smart meal choices

Apr 02, 2014


The best way to a healthy, well-nourished body is through smart meal choices and regular exercise.

 

A healthy eating plan means choosing from a variety of foods packed with the nutrients...

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Senior care & services

You can’t make me go: Talking about home care with your parents

Mar 18, 2014


Have you decided to stop trying to make them move out?
Here are five things to consider when discussing Services@Home with your parents.

 

1. It could be the best solution for both of you.

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Well-being

What’s the secret? Six strategies for successful aging

Mar 13, 2014


It’s no secret that adopting a balanced and healthy lifestyle is the key to a long and meaningful life. The challenge, for most people, is how to adopt that lifestyle.

 

Research...

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Senior care & services

Suddenly a caregiver: Helping adult children and their aging parents

Mar 13, 2014


Like many of my peers, I’ve become a caregiver by default. I’m the child living closest to my mom, 84-year-old Dorothy Erhart.

 

When she gave up driving more than a year ago, we turned to...

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Senior advocacy

Prevent paying privately by asking about your hospital status

Mar 03, 2014


If you’re a senior and have to go to a hospital, it’s important to ask hospital staff if you have been “admitted” as an inpatient or if you are in “observational status.” This simple...

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