November 2010 Posts

Three Senior Couples Renew Vows at New Jersey Senior Center

Bouquets, boutonnières, wedding cakes and dancing are all key components of any traditional wedding celebration. Recently 100 guests witnessed an unexpected ceremony—three senior couples of different faiths renewing their vows in Fair Lawn, New Jersey.

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Creating an Effective Caregiver Checklist

A good checklist will put your mind at ease. It will let you focus more on what you are doing and worry less about what else needs to be done. But even the best lists and organization cannot ease the stress of a truly overloaded caregiver.

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8 Great Caregiver Blogs

Family caregivers are a growing group; its online community is growing, too. To help you find the best online sources, here are Right at Home’s eight favorite blogs for caregivers.

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New Deductibility Levels for Long Term Care Insurance

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently announced increased deductibility levels for long-term care insurance policies purchased in 2011.  Some long term care insurance help those insured pay for home care services.  "Tax advantaged long-term care insurance remains one of the few remai...

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The Benefits of Exercise

Exercise offers health benefits to people of all ages. Our bodies are designed to move and can stop working properly if left sedentary for too long. Exercise also lifts mood and improves mental health. That’s why it’s important for your loved one to remain as active as possible. Right at Home takes a look at some of these benefits and offers tips on staying active.

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Right at Home Twin Cities and South Suburbs Wins 2010 Integrity Award

We are pleased to announce that Right at Home office of the Twin Cities and South Suburbs, MN has been recognized by the The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) as the 2010 Integrity Award winner.  Read the rest of the story.  BBB_Integrity_Award_2010_release.pdf ...

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The Senior Corps Companion Program

Studies have shown that seniors who volunteer reap significant rewards. It helps them to stay engaged in their communities, stay socially active and learn new skills.

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