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Here are the top ten articles for the Senior Issues Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Stranger Danger for Seniors
Every day, intellegent, active, independent seniors are financially exploited or otherwise abused by strangers. This article will show seniors some of the techniques that are used by the predators that specialize in targeting seniors. Become aware, and empowered to protect yourself or a senior.
2. Find the Right Place for You
Tips to help ease the way to finding the right Adult Care Home (ACH). This article discusses some of the subtle but important issues around meal times at ACH.
3. Retreat to Advance
Renew and refresh your life by taking a personal retreat. This article shares ideas on howand why to plan your own personal retreat.
4. Time to Rebuild Your Social Life
Part two of an article that shares easy ways for seniors to take steps to rebuild their social lives, meet new friends, and deepen the connections that they already have.
5. Let's Talk About Life Support - Ventilators
Is keeping someone alive on a ventilator the kindest choice?
6. Long Distance Grandparenting
Living away from your grandchildren doesn't have to be a painful experience. Grandparents can have a truly close and loving long disance relationship with their grandchildren. This article explores fun and easy ways to develop a special relationship with grandchildren that don't live nearby.
7. Feeding Tube Decisions
When should a feeding tube be an option? Do you know the pros and cons of a feeding tube? Just because your doctor tells you a feeding tube is necessary, do you have a choice in the matter? You do have a choice and you do not have to comply.
8. Before Your Adult Child Moves In
This article offers guidance to the senior that is considering allowing an adult child to return home.
9. Grievinig Loss
Have you grieved the loss of a loved one? The older we become the more likely we will lose loved ones. How do you process your grief? Do you lash out in anger, cry uncontrollably, or simply pack it in and let it fester? Hopefully, in this article I can show you the importance of processing your
10. Logic vs. Illogic
Do you consider yourself a level-headed individual? I think most of us do. However, if you are dealing with dementia, you may become frustrated thinking logically with an illogical person. Read my tips for keeping your sanity through this trying time.
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