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Transitional Care Management

Courtesy Grayson Home Health The face of health care is changing. Confronted with new legislation, changing technology, and a wealth of information on the Internet, patients are often put in a position where they have […]

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Organizing for an Illness or Recovery from a Surgery––Force and Associates

How could anything like this happen to anyone so young? At the age of 56, I found myself with a pain in the neck. Literally, my neck was killing me. It was mid-August when I found myself in urgent care. The pain then moved to my hips. I was in constant pain and had to give up a lot of organizing jobs and doing what I loved most, playing the trumpet. I saw a multitude of doctors, was given stronger and stronger pain medication and finally sent to specialists over an entire year. Finally, on Dec. 11, 2012, I had a total hip replacement. Finally, relief! Now, why should you know all this about me?
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Salt Lake County Senior Centers––Healthy, Vibrant, Interactive, Informative––Salt Lake County Aging Services

As older adults contemplate the world of retirement, many begin to fear a loss of belonging, sense of self and community connection. Many wonder, what’s next? How will I fill my days without a familiar routine? New retirees often speak about the quick onset of boredom. They’ve taken that once-in-a-lifetime vacation, spent ample time spoiling the grandkids, and improved their golf handicap. Now what? […]

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The staff makes all the difference at a senior living community

The staff makes all the difference at a senior living community
Courtesy Spectrum Properties, North Dallas LIVING WELL Magazine
When looking at your options for senior living, it’s always important to look at the amenities, the location and the price, but most people forget the most vital service. It’s one that cannot be copied, marketed or researched on the internet. The single most essential aspect of any community is the staff. […]