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Every year, older adults lose billions of dollars to con artists. But there's an art to having a cautionary conversation on this topic with elderly relatives.
It's a paradox: Exercise is important for managing health conditions, yet chronic illness and adverse health events make it hard to be physically active.
A new study finds that some seniors turn to alcohol after leaving the workplace.
It's a tough issue for older adults and the families who worry about them: Are Mom and Dad safe behind the wheel?
I think one thing you can't deny is knowing you've made a difference in someone's life. Whether in a post-op or hospice scenario you are truly adding to that person's quality of life. I love being a CNA and I enjoy being employed by Right at Home.
Tami A., Right at Home Caregiver