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Honoring Older Workers

Does it make sense to hire older workers? Let’s dispel some myths.

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10 Tips to Help Seniors Lower Their Fall Risk

Many older adults are at risk of falling. These falls can be life-changing and even life-threatening. Get the steps to reduce your fall risk.

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Eight Tips for a Better Doctor Appointment

In today’s fast-paced healthcare environment, physicians, patients and family caregivers are partners in care, working together to best manage health conditions and make decisions about treatments. Here are ways to make the most of a doctor visit.

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Don’t Forget Preventive Care

Taking extra health precautions such as handwashing, wearing a mask and socially distancing to avoid COVID-19 is important, but don’t forget these preventive care steps.

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Top 10 Myths About Your Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease

Nearly 6 million people over the age of 65 in the U.S. are living with Alzheimer’s disease. Learn the common myths and facts about your risk of developing Alzheimer’s.

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Seven Surprising Things That Could Cause a Fall

Each year, one-third of people older than 65 will fall, but making fall prevention a priority now can help your aging loved one avoid a trip to the emergency room.

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Tips for Seniors to Stay Safe in Severe Weather

What are the best ways for seniors to stay safe during severe weather occurrences? We’ve rounded up some helpful tips from Right at Home caregivers who have lived through a disaster to help you remain calm and prepared should a weather emergency occur in your area.