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Billions Proposed in Dedicated State Funding for Elderly Care On Hold!
In Minnesota, a senator wants to amend the state constitution to require funding for "the state's most vulnerable." Minnesota lawmakers say the state is late in making sure there is funding to take care of them. However now the senators proposal is on hold and you may wonder why.
Sen. Kent Eken, D-Twin Valley, is leading an effort to increase funding for senior citizens and the disabled. The senator said his effort is meant to "shine a spotlight on an issue that in our view has been too often ignored."
See the latest updates on this progressive Senators efforts to improve Senior Living.
Senior Home Options in Your State
Senior Homes - What are the Options in Your State In your search for a place for yourself or a place for mom or dad to live, you are seeing so many different names and terms for various types of senior homes and senior living. These terms and names have…
Careers In Caregiving
Careers In Caregiving -How to Become a Professional Independent Caregiver. Becoming a PAL (Personal Assistant for Living) or professional caregiver is a wonderful career path to chose. Not only will you be in great demand, you will also reap the rich rewards that come from truly helping others in…
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Our passion is providing the best information about Adult/Senior Family Care Homes as you search for a new residence for yourself or a loved one. These Adult Family Care Homes are just that - homes that provide small intimate settings with consistent caregivers that foster a family like atmosphere. Find The…
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Diet Soda Linked To Dementia, Alzheimer’s And Stroke
According to a new study published Thursday, April 20th in the American Heart Association’s journal Stroke, people who drank at least one artificially-sweetened beverage a day had almost three times the risk of developing stroke or dementia and Alzheimer’s disease . Does this mean that…
It’s True – Seniors Enjoy Facebook and Skype As Much As You
Senior citizens can embrace technology as much as you and be better off for it. For years I had a good friend named Leo. He has since passed, however we did a lot together over the course of ten years or so, from the time…
Alzheimer’s Drug LMTX Shows Poor Results in Final Stage of Trials
Despite Disappointment - Alzheimer’s Drug Development and Testing Continues If you or a family member has been affected by Alzheimer’s disease, then you probably pay close attention to news about the latest drug research and other efforts to combat or even reverse the dreadful affliction.…
Taking Calcium Supplements May be Linked to Increased Risk of Dementia
What does this new Calcium Study Mean for Seniors? Calcium supplements are used by many seniors, especially women, to help keep the risk of developing osteoporosis at a minimum. However a new study may indicate that such supplements could raise an older woman’s risk of…
This Auto Insurer Wants to Raise Rates on Older Drivers
Does experience mean we are better at what we do? Not according to one auto insurance company. It seems what Progressive Insurance wants to do to seniors in the state of Maine is sending the message “If you get a year older it only means…
Detroit Students Deliver Cases of Water to Flint’s Senior Citizens
Young people can make a difference in the lives of senior citizens. While the nation is all to aware of the ongoing Flint, Michigan water crisis, one group of Detroit high school students has done something to help those affected. And they chose a Senior…
Drug Manufacturer to Pay $125 Million for Anti-Competitive Conduct
Eligible class action members will share in the huge settlement. This press release was sent out from the office of the Attorney General of the State of Michigan. It highlights the effect of the lawsuit on many Michigan residents. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today…
Sniff Test for Alzheimer's Raises Hopes and Questions
New Alzheimers Test Checks for the Ability to Identify Odors Are we one step closer to the early detection of memory decline and dementia? Two new important studies have been released this week at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2016 that may provide the…