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Fall into Fall Fun With Sarasota and Bradenton Activities for Seniors

The COVID-19 pandemic may limit what you’re able to do in the Bradenton and Sarasota area this fall, but that doesn’t mean you’re stuck with sitting at home all the time and watching TV. In fact, there are some dynamic in-person and virtual events that may be of interest to area seniors. The in-person events…
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Seniors Struggling With Depression Due to Pandemic Isolation

As the COVID-19 pandemic has led us all to stay at home for long stretches of time, it also has caused a growing number of people, including seniors, to feel depressed due to isolation. Seniors are already more prone to depression due to certain life factors, such as waning independence, decreasing physical abilities, and chronic…
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Caregivers: 6 Tips to Help With Your Mental Health

If you’re a caregiver, you may find it rewarding and challenging to care for a senior loved one who needs your help. However, the many hours of physical and emotional stress that come with caregiving can add up, taking a toll on your mental health. This could lead you to feel burnt out, so you’re…
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Here’s How to Prepare for Flu Season During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic numbers in Florida are trending down as of early September, but health experts fear that they will rise again this fall and winter.  In addition, the fall and winter brings us to the flu season, another serious potential threat to public health. In fact, about 8% of people get sick from the…
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Estate Management Checklist: Are Your Estate Tasks in Order?

Estate management involves a complex set of laws and things that need to be done. Many of these can be done before a person passes away, and that can help save time and effort for that person’s loved ones. However, the many tasks of estate management aren’t always done ahead of time. If you want…
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