Category Archives: Family

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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Securing Aging Now Offers Estate Management Services

When someone dies, one challenge is managing what to do with the things that the person owned, including a home, car, other belongings, and investments. Even if the details on who gets what is specified in a will, there still needs to be a person or people to perform certain tasks leading up to and…
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Financial Tips for Seniors During the Pandemic

There’s no question that the coronavirus pandemic has shaken up just about everything in our lives, including our financial health. Seniors who are nearing the end of their work-life or who are retired may be especially vulnerable to financial changes from the past few months. Here are a few guidelines to help the seniors in…
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Older Adults Can Get ADHD, Too

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder has become so commonly known, it’s often now just called ADD or ADHD. You may know a kid or has it, or you may even have a kid who has been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD. However, did you know that ADHD can also occur in older adults? Just like having ADHD can…
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How People Around the Globe Are Helping Seniors Feel Less Lonely During the Pandemic

It’s no secret that seniors are more vulnerable to feeling lonely. In fact, 25% of those over age 65 are considered socially isolated, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A few reasons why seniors might feel lonely include: Living alone.Not having family members close by.Hearing loss. Unfortunately, loneliness and social isolation increase…
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MourningAmerica.org Brings Light To Losses from COVID-19

As of July 7th, more than 130,000 people in the U.S. have died due to COVID-19. Because of the rapid spread of the virus and the inability to have a proper burial for many of those lost, it may feel as if those losses are, well, lost in the shuffle of life. The founders of…
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