Entries by LifeChangesAdmin

Take Time for You!

WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE TIME TO FOCUS ON YOUR HEALTH The United States spends more money by a wide margin than any other country on health care.  Our health care system is set up to keep us from dying, not thriving.  Our average life span barely makes it in the top 30 when compared to […]

New Medicare Card Mailing Complete

Important Update – New Medicare Card Mailing Completed The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has now finished mailing new Medicare cards to people with Medicare across all mailing waves, including Wave 7 states and territories and also to people with Medicare, Parts A&B who live in Canada and Mexico. To ensure that people have […]

Fraud Prevention Checklist

New technology & communication, while opening the door for many positive avenues of progress, also makes us more susceptible as targets for scammers.  These individuals reach out to as many people as possible under some guise until they find someone who falls for their tricks.  The range of tricks being used by such scammers is […]

Daily Care Plan

Daily routines can be helpful for both you — the caregiver — and the person living with Alzheimer’s. A planned day allows you to spend less time trying to figure out what to do, and more time on activities that provide meaning and enjoyment Organizing the day Remember to make time for yourself, or include the […]

Preparing Your Business for the Aging-in-Place Boom

America’s population is aging. The number of U.S. residents 65 or older is expected to reach nearly 73 million by 2030, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. And as many of America’s homeowners approach old age, the skills and knowledge needed to help them prepare for aging in place are becoming increasingly important. According to […]

No Small Roles in the Fight to End Alzheimer’s

Actress Nikki DeLoach is best known for her role on the series “Awkward” and her television movie roles on the Hallmark Channel. In the past year, her family has faced both her father’s diagnosis of Pick’s disease, a type of frontotemporal dementia (FTD), and the open-heart surgery of her newborn son Bennett. Tell us about the […]

Person-Centered Care at the Heart of Aging Life Care Managers® Work with Aging Adults

 Person-centered care is the idea that a person’s perspective, goals, and values should be at the forefront of their medical care. This method focuses on providing “thoughtful, systematic, and incremental” approaches to a patient’s health plan. It is now being recognized that placing the patient at the center is one of the more effective ways […]

How You Can Help Seniors Facing the Holidays Alone

Imagine waking up alone on Christmas morning, with no one to share in the joy of the holiday with you. Imagine getting dressed the way you always do, having breakfast the way you always do, and watching TV as you always do—nothing special about this day, no grandchildren squealing with delight as they tear open […]

4 Technology Solutions Long-Distance Caregivers are Talking About

Long-distance caregivers have the especially challenging task of ensuring their loved ones’ health and well-being even when they don’t see them in person each day. Unfortunately, consistent phone calls and check-ins with health care providers and neighbors do not paint a complete picture of your loved one’s physical and mental health. Thankfully, technology advancements empower long-distance […]