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  • Men's Health Month: Five Medical Tests Your Dad Should Be Asking About How often does your dad see his doctor? Men's Health Month occurs every June. It's a time for men to focus on their health and learn more about what they can do to stay healthy. Doctor's visits are just one of the things your dad should be doing for himself. Men should see ... Continue Reading
  • Planning a Family Reunion? Here are a Few Things to Consider Last year at this time, many of us were foregoing any family reunions. The global pandemic was active in almost all communities and in order to protect our family and loved ones, we did not gather together because it wasn’t safe. This year brings a whole different feel to it ... Continue Reading
  • Teach Your Parents Smartphone Safety A smartphone is extremely helpful if your parents like to spend time in their yard or going for walks. It gives them a way to call someone if they need help. It also allows you to track their location if they're gone for too long. Smartphones do require some knowledge of how ... Continue Reading
  • Stair Lifts vs. Elevators: Which Is Best After a Stroke? Moving your mom from her home isn't ideal. She doesn't want to move, but her house isn't on one level. Yet, her doctors and physical therapists all agree that she's going to need a wheelchair for the rest of her life. You're torn. You don't want to stress or upset your mom, ... Continue Reading
  • Are Your Parents Overlooking Their Safety While Living at Home? Living out the rest of your life in the community you love is not a surprising goal. Staying in a home that you've designed and upgraded to meet your needs is also understandable. As your parents follow through on their wish to age at home, are they overlooking their safety? ... Continue Reading
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