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Retirement Resolutions For 2014

Will you be retiring this year? Are you hoping to retire, but are not quite certain whether your lifestyle can support the loss of the income you currently earn? There are ways to plan for the future, even if you’re closing in on retirement age.

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Technological Advances Aid Caregivers

Working adults who are caring for, and raising, their own children but who find themselves in the position of caring for aging or ill parents are in what has been deemed, “The Sandwich Generation.”

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Caregiver Benefits Of A Home Medical Alert System

Many of today’s caregivers are in what has been termed The Sandwich Generation. These folks are caregivers who have taken on the role of caring for an aging or ill parent or family member while still raising their own children and pursuing a career.

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Celebrating The Caregiver Throughout The Year

Chances are you know a caregiver or are one yourself. Statistically speaking, if you’re a woman who is between the ages of 48-60 you will be a caregiver (the average age of caregivers is 51), because more than 60% of women are. Consider that close to 70 million individuals (29% of the population) in the United States are in a caregiving role and chances are you know more than one person who is providing care to an aging or disabled relative.

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Retirement Planning Mistakes

You’ve worked your entire life and now it’s time to kick back and ease into your retirement and Golden Years. Take a step back. You may have worked your entire life either in the same career or for the same company and now you’ve put in the years necessary to claim your pension and retire, but have you truly thought about what will mean to your financial lifestyle?

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Where Can A Medical Alert System Be Used?

A medical alert system is designed to be used in and around an individuals’ home.  With a range up to as much as 1000 feet, these devices cover a large area. However, these devices can also be worn and used by those living in a nursing home, retirement or senior community.

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Medical Alert Systems & Cell Phones

Cell phones are ideal for keeping in touch with friends and family on a regular basis. However, in a crisis situation you may not find them so ideal.  If you’ve fallen or have an emergency of some sort, you may not have the cell phone close at hand.

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Medical Alerts Not Just For The Elderly

Are you or a loved one facing surgery that will require in-home rehabilitation? If you are, and your caregiver or family member will be working outside of the home, consider a home medical alert system.

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What To Ask Before You Hire A Caregiver

Looking for an ideal caregiver is akin to finding the perfect babysitter for your child, you need to find someone you can trust completely with your loved one. Looking for a caregiver for an aging relative or a family member that is coping with a medical condition is a task that cannot be undertaken lightly.

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Steps To Help Seniors Recover From Illness Or Injury

It’s an almost inevitable fact of aging; at some point Mom or Dad will fall or suffer some illness or injury. Illness or injury isn’t something that happens to the elderly as any of us at any time could be in a position of relying on friends or family to help us through recovery.

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