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Need for home-delivered meals, volunteers increasing
The Council on Aging receives funding through the Senior Service Levy and Lake County United Way, and some of that money is allocated for Meals on Wheels. The Council on Aging also asks for a $2.50 per meal donation from those receiving meals, but ...

Funding cuts threaten disabled
The cuts will not only affect the clients who benefit from the program, but also the home care aides who provide services, said the associate director of Senior Service Plus. The care program is just one of the services Senior Services Plus offers. “It ...

Welch Allyn partners with PointClickCare to develop senior care solution
Welch Allyn announced on Tuesday that it entered into a partnership with a cloud-based software platform company, PointClickCare, to develop a solution for the senior care market. The collaboration will integrate Welch Allyn's Connex Vital Signs ...

EPG leadership changes hands
Compton handed over command to Col. Donald “Brent” Wilhide, who has served for 26 years and recently earned a master of science in national security and resource strategy from the Dwight D. Eisenhower School at Senior Service College at Fort McNair, ...

Greensburg senior care center salutes veterans
As Independence Day draws near, a local senior care center honored its veterans. Senior Life Greensburg held a ceremony Wednesday afternoon to honor the many veterans participating in the alternative care facility. The center, which serves as an adult ...

State AG Files Suit Against Senior Living Center For Poor Care Of Residents
The suit is against Golden Gate National Senior Care, which operates homes under the name “Golden Living Centers.” Fourteen homes are named in the suit, including ones in Monroeville, Mount Lebanon and Clarion. “It's pretty troubling stuff,” said ...

Snowbirds a rare bright spot in China property market
This spring, at the Fourth International Senior Service Expo in Beijing, alongside brochures for adult diapers were pamphlets for luxury complexes in locations including the lush jungles on China's border with Thailand, others in the southern province ...

Why a 28-year-old tech geek got into senior care
When Kyle Hill's grandfather died a few years ago, his grandmother, now 98 years old, was left alone in her home in Seattle. With his dad in Ohio and Hill in California, they tried to secure home care for their beloved relative from a distance. “I ...

Amada Senior Care Expands to Greater Phoenix Area
Amada Senior Care, premier provider of non-medical in-home care and assisted living placement counseling, recently opened a new office in the greater Phoenix area – their Mesa, Arizona location. Amada franchise partners Kris Patmos and Kimberly ...

Joliet church holds prayer for child, senior care state programs
Community members hold hands in prayer for a fair solution to the Illinois budget crisis on the eve of a state government shutdown Tuesday at New Canaan Land Christian Church in Joliet. By VIKAAS SHANKER - vshanker@shawmedia.com. JOLIET – Local ...

Senior Care Authority Expands with East Coast Office
The time management and organizational skills she developed as logistics manager for the Army will serve her well as a senior care advisor -- meeting with clients, inspecting locations and networking with other senior service providers. "My goal is to ...

Senior care startup HomeHero raises $20M Series A round
HomeHero co-founder and CEO Kyle Hill told MedCity News, that the Series A was preceded by a $3 million seed round last year led by Social+Capital Partnership and included Science Inc. and Jason Calacanis of The Launch Fund. “This funding will allow ...

Colonel and major lists to be released Wednesday
Selection lists containing the names of officer recommended for promotion to colonel and major, and senior service college attendance will be released within the coming week. Scheduled for release Wednesday, July 1 are the results of the Reserve ...


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The Dos and Don’ts of Starting an Exercise Routine after 50

Fitness is a big part of maintaining an overall healthy body. Many people will try to maintain a fitness routine every day, but it can be difficult to keep up with when work or family obligations get in the way. Starting a new fitness routine can be difficult at any age. However, people over the age of 50 will have some special concerns to think about. Anyone can use these tips to make sure... [Continue Reading]

6 Tips for Getting Your Body Back after Pregnancy

The pregnancy journey is one that every woman will remember and treasure for the rest of her life. Having such a gift is irreplaceable and most women want to cherish those few months forever. However, after the baby comes, reality sets back in and women realize the toll that pregnancy took on their body. Getting back to normal can seem impossible for many women, and in some ways, a... [Continue Reading]

What makes a great personal trainer?

You’ve made the decision to get in shape and join a gym. Congratulations! That’s a great first step on the road to a healthier, happier you. Now that you’ve made the decision to get in shape, you have a decision to make: Do you try to go it alone, or do you hire a personal trainer? If you opt to hire a personal trainer, you’ll have to know what to look for in a good... [Continue Reading]

7 Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle after 60

A healthy lifestyle is something people need to work at daily in order to maintain. After the age of 60, this becomes even more difficult for many people. Additionally, with so much new information it can be so difficult for people to know what is healthy and what isn’t. Even though it can be challenging at times, there are a lot of ways anyone past the age of 60 can maintain their... [Continue Reading]

3 Things to Look For in a New Dentist

In order to have great looking teeth, you will have to put in a lot of work. The only way you will be able to keep your luminous smile, you will need to find the right dental professional in your area. With all of the many options when it comes to dentists in any given area, finding the right one will take some time and effort. You need to make a list of what you are looking for in a dentist... [Continue Reading]

6 Tips for Moving Your Parents into a Nursing Home

Aging is a difficult subject for anyone to talk about. No one wants to grow older, and no one wants to see their loved ones grow older. This subject becomes even more difficult when people need to make the decision to move their parents into a nursing home. Everyone wants the best for their parents, and sometimes making such a big change can be difficult for them. However, there are some... [Continue Reading]

Understanding Massage Therapy Accessories

If you are in Canada are starting your own massage therapy company, you will want to ensure that you purchase all the products, accessories and equipment that will not only help you start your business, but high quality products that keep your customers coming back. The list of accessories you will need in your business include such things as acupuncture needles, moxibustion, cupping,... [Continue Reading]

Buying A Walk-In Tub? Read This Before You Do

Walk-in tubs are going to solve all your bathing problems if you believe all you hear from your local salesman. However, they are certainly not for everyone. Before you spend a fortune, here are four problems with walk-in tubs that you might experience. You Have To Walk In If you can walk and are steady on your feet, then you might benefit from a walk-in bath. However, for those that are in... [Continue Reading]

Homeopathic Pain Treatment with Melt Method

MELT method is a revolutionary self-treatment technique intended to eliminate chronic pain, heal injury, and erase the signs of aging and negative lifestyle effects. This approach to painless fitness and longevity was created by Sue Hitzmann, MS, CST, NMT, a notable somatic-movement professional and manual healer. HItzmann uses this method to obliterate pain, stress, and pathology in her... [Continue Reading]

How to Shop for Adjustable Lift Chairs

Have you noticed that getting into and out of your favorite chair has become increasingly difficult? Shopping for an adjustable lift chair could be the correct decision for you as, compared to the advantages to your quality of life obtaining one will provide, the price is quite reasonable. There are large amounts of choices, both in stores and online, and deciding which chair is right for you... [Continue Reading]

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