Early Detection Guide: How to Spot the Subtle Signs of Decline in Seniors

Early Detection Guide: How to Spot the Subtle Signs of Decline in Seniors

In the journey of aging, subtle signs of decline can often go unnoticed until they become significant issues that impact the overall quality of life for seniors. Recognizing these signs early is crucial in devising care plans that not only...

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Protecting Elder Law Clients: How to Recognize and Prevent Financial Exploitation

Protecting Elder Law Clients: How to Recognize and Prevent Financial Exploitation

One of the most heart-wrenching challenges faced by attorneys is the financial exploitation of elderly clients.  Often hidden beneath the surface of normalcy, financial abuse in older adults can be a silent curse, stripping them of their dignity, security, and,...

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Different when it is your own.

I am so thrilled that we have been helping families in the Tulsa area navigate the aging and special needs worlds for almost 12 years now. if you can think it, I have heard it! the stories I hear can...

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Continuing to provide quality care in times of crisis

During this time of crisis and uncertainty, we want to let you know that we are staying current on changes and updates regarding life issues, healthcare issues and Medicare changes. We rely on many credible national sources. In addition, our...

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IRS scams

IR-2017-67, March 23, 2017 WASHINGTON – With the 2017 tax season underway, the IRS reminds seniors to remain alert to aggressive and threatening phone calls by criminals impersonating IRS agents. The callers claim to be IRS employees, but are not. These...

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The holiday blues

It is the most wonderful time of the year! Or is it? A special energy of joy, excitement, anticipation and celebration emerges this time of the year. As contagious as this energy is, it sadly escapes many families and or...

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President Lincoln Proclamation of Thanksgiving

"The year that is drawing towards its close, has been filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget the source from which they...

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before you place your parents in a facility…..

September 13, 2018 By Sig Cohen When my friend Bill’s mother’s primary care physician informed her that she would need round-the-clock support (because of one unexplained blackout), it was a shocker to her and her family. What to do? Bill and...

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It’s Just Stuff…Right?

Learning to Manage the Emotions of Downsizing By Darcy Thiel, MA, LMHC One of my businesses is called “Less Mess, Less Stress.” When I first started, it would be what I envisioned- helping people clean out that junk room, or maybe...

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It is not independent. it is Oklahoma’s first interdependent living

Our Eastern Oklahoma Franchisee Beverly Rice and I had the most interesting and heart warming visit to OakCreek interdependent living in Stillwater Oklahoma. You can't help but feel the love and pride that the residents have for their community....

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