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Enjoy the 2016 Holiday with aging parents and loved ones

The holiday season gives us many reasons to be grateful for family and friends and for the freedom to celebrate.  We also have loving and lasting memories of those who are no longer with us. This season typically includes hosting…

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Choosing the “RIGHT” Elder Care Advisor — Here’s What You Need to Know!

Should you search for a retirement community or senior living community on your own? NO, NOT AT ALL. Whether you are doing it for you or your loved one, researching on your own for the “Right” retirement or senior living…

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Does this scenario remind you of someone you know?

My mother, Joan, was always a very strong, vibrant woman. She was active, and when she had spare time, made sure she visited with family and friends. Then, one day, family members noticed mom began forgetting things. Was she losing…

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Cincinnati Metro Offers Reduced Rates to Seniors and People with Disabilities

Photo credit: Metro Cincinnati Metro has announced changes to its Fare Deal program, a program that offers reduced fares to seniors and people with disabilities.  Note that: The switch to new “smart cards” took effect January 1, 2014. Purchasing byphone and…

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