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Partners in Prime Tuesday, October 11, 20166:30p.m. to 8:00p.m.The Ohio Medicaid program has just enacted major changes; the most dramatic since its inception in 1972. Ohio has terminated its 209(b) status Read More

What We Need To Know About Elder Abuse

If you’re a regular to my blog, you’ll already know that apart from elder care tips and life hacks I also sometimes try to address important issues connected with the Read More

Heat Protection (not only) For Seniors

It’s a sweaty one, this summer. It brought us some major heatwaves in June, and there are surely still a few yet to come. It imposes a significant risk to Read More

Senior-Friendly Urban Planning

While taking public transport to work, driving to the store, or taking a morning walk with your dog, did you ever stop and think about the way our cities are Read More

Nursing Homes: Finding The Best

Tips on finding the right place for your aging loved ones Those of us who are caring for elderly parents will at some point fact the decision of having to choose Read More

Smart Apps for Smart Aging

Earlier in May, I asked you the following question: What senior tech are you embracing? Today I’d like to come back to it in a way, and ask you a Read More

Financial (In)Security for Seniors And How Can We Help

In one of my last blog posts I was talking about the dangers of scams. I would like to come back to this topic a little bit, and have a Read More

SCAMS. The Constant Lurking Danger.

As adults in our productive years, we’re all very well aware of the dangers of scams. The internet, mail and other media are filled with sometimes subtle, sometimes unscrupulous attempts Read More

Michael Millonig and Muhammad Ali

In the winter of 1964, 22 year old Muhammad Ali upset Sonny Liston and became the heavyweight boxing champion of the world. In the summer of 1965, he had the Read More

Time to Start Taking Senior Health Seriously, Ohio

Last week, the United Health Foundation released their annual Senior Health Ranking survey, one of several state public health statistics that they publish at Ohio came in 38th out Read More

Jumping into June — Elderly Activities

It’s hard to believe, but we’re already 6 months in to 2016. Here we are, just wrapping up our Memorial Day barbecues, winding down from the long weekend. But don’t Read More

What Senior Tech Are You Embracing?

Technology has changed the world as we know it. Nearly every industry has been revolutionized by the tech advances of the last 30 years, and yet we haven’t seen the Read More

National Senior Health & Fitness Day 2016

The 23rd Annual National Senior Health & Fitness Day will take place on Wednesday, May 25th 2016. Over 1,000 organizations across the country will be contributing efforts to emphasize the Read More

You’re All Wet! (Elderly Swimming)

As we hit the midway point of Spring, the weather is getting better and better every day. Perhaps it’s not quite Summer yet, but you can definitely feel it coming. Read More

Marching in May — Activities for The Elderly

Following on to my popular post of activities you can do with your elderly relatives in April, here’s my list of activities for the elderly this May. There’s a bunch Read More

Miller Trusts in Preparation for Ohio Medicaid Changes

Another quick update here. I mentioned before, there are several major changes coming to Ohio in terms of Medicaid, starting July 1, 2016. Currently, there is a Medicaid “spend-down” group Read More

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