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Online Safety & Security Tips for Seniors

Victims of online scams range in age, but for a number of reasons, seniors are particularly vulnerable to online financial abuse. It is incredibly important for seniors and their family members to review online safety tips, implement them, and regularly revisit online safety protocols. Here, we want to discuss some of the best ways for

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COVID-19 Scams Targeting the Elderly

The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the way that most people live their daily lives. Unfortunately, this pandemic has also opened the doorway to scammers that target the elderly in our communities, as the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has warned. Scammers intentionally target those who may have less experience protecting themselves online. Here, we want to

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Warning Signs of Elder Abuse

The study of elder abuse in the healthcare environment is difficult to quantify and address. Most cases likely go unreported, and the number that does get reported is close to 5 million and increases every year. There are many different types of abuse, each more devastating and cruel to think about than the last. The reality is

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Dementia-Related Wandering in Nursing Homes

If you have a loved one who suffers from dementia, you probably understand wandering is a normal symptom of the disease. Psychologically, the person could be experiencing some level of interaction with the past or a thought of action such as finding a necklace or escaping a noisy environment. In nursing homes, this can make

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How to Manage Dementia and Aggressive Behavior

We’ve all experienced frustration at not being able to get a point across or feeling frustrated without fully understanding why. Those feelings of frustration and anger can be magnified and misunderstood even more in the presence of diseases like Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. An outburst can be sudden and seem irrational to anyone

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Dementia, Alzheimer’s, and Elder Abuse

It’s an unnerving reality that senior citizens who suffer from Alzheimer’s are often the targets of scams, financial abuse, and mistreatment. As many as 15% of people who suffer from dementia have been reported as targets of financial abuse. In America, about 5.1 million senior citizens suffer from some form of dementia like Alzheimer’s and

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7 Tips for Choosing an In-Home Caregiver

An in-home caregiver can be a way to find a balance between caring for your loved one and supporting their individual level of independence. For some, you may only need short-term care for your loved one on an intermittent basis while others may prefer a routine schedule that provides relief and peace of mind that your

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“Joel and his team were the help I needed to approach the nursing home that didn't take good care of my grandmother. She was compensated for the injuries she suffered as a result from their abuse.”

Andrea C.

“When on of the most tragic events happened in my life, Joel and Jason were there for me when I needed someone the most. They both were very professionaal, honest, compassionate, and supportive.”

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“Joel was amazingly accessible, by phone, email and often, in person, and still is. He is a professional with an understanding heart, and a sense of humor. I still feel very fortunate to have him on my side.”

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