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Beverly Hughes

How Learning a Client’s Story Helped a Caregiver Improve Care

When Beverly began working with her client, Adina, she was surprised to learn that Adina was a Holocaust survivor. Although Beverly had learned about the Holocaust in history class long ago in school, she decided to do more research about it to better understand her client and the issues she faced. What Beverly discovered horrified her.

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Cincinnati Local Brewery Serves Special Beer for The Longest Day

Right at Home Cincinnati has teamed up with the award-winning Listermann Brewing Company to sponsor a keg-tapping party to celebrate The Longest Day that benefits the Alzheimer’s Association. From 6 to 9 p.m. on June 21, the Listermann tap room will be tinted in purple; bartenders will wear purple and serve a special beer created for the Alzheimer’s Association.

LGBT Elder Care

LGBT-Sensitive Care and Services for Seniors

This spring, an LGBT elder care training was introduced to the e-learning platform of the Right at Home network, allowing caregivers and staff members within the franchise organization to learn more about inclusive care. "As an organization, we want the LGBT seniors to see us as a welcoming place," says Paul Blom, owner of Right at Home Twin Cities.

Paul Blom

We Want the LGBT Elders to See Us as a Welcoming Place

Minnesota-based Home Care Agency Owner Introduced LGBT Elder Care Training to Right at Home Network. “As an organization, we want the LGBT elders to see us as a welcoming place,” says Paul Blom. “The training is not about how to take care of someone differently, it’s about understanding what makes older LGBT folks feel the way they feel and how we can help them feel comfortable. We want to help them seek the help that they need.”

April Wintermoyer

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

The National Council on Aging cites research that shows that elderly people who have experienced abuse have a 300% higher risk of death than their peers who are not mistreated. So while it might seem meddling to report a situation in which you suspect an elderly person is being abused, it can literally be the difference between life and death.

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How Men Can Be More Proactive With Their Health

Most guys find it easy to discuss sports or vent about work. But talk about their health? Nope, that’s not happening, well, at least not for the majority of men, reports a Cleveland Clinic men’s health survey. What keeps you or other men you know from talking about your health?

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Finding Life’s Purpose After the End of Spousal Caregiving

George Mattera spent years working as a CT scan technician. But when his wife was diagnosed with terminal breast cancer, everything changed. He took time off of work to care for her at the end, providing her with the care she needed to be comfortable at home. After his wife passed away in 2008, George found it difficult to return to work—he wanted to find something more meaningful to do with his life.

Kim Schirrman

Caregiver Raises Awareness for Huntington’s Disease

Kim Schirrman, an award-winning caregiver for Right at Home on Long Island, had never heard of Huntington’s disease before meeting her husband & his family in 1995. Today, Kim & her family are actively involved with the Huntington's Disease Society of America, raising awareness for this rarely known disease.

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10 Frequently Asked Questions for Elder Law Attorneys

Elder law is a sub-specialty of estate planning and helps individuals and their families plan for retiree benefits, health and long-term care, Medicaid and Medicare coverage, home care and nursing home care, decision-making documents and other legal guidance issues for seniors and people with disabilities.

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Life Hacks That Help Boomers Age in Place

Life hacks refer to things that make your life a little bit easier. Learned from the collective wisdom of the internet, here are 6 life hacks that can help boomers age in place.