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The majority of older adults receive long-term care at home and need help covering these services with affordable insurance policies. The long-term insurance industry needs to focus on home care.
Recent research shows that controlling blood pressure, exercising and cognitive training around middle age could help prevent cognitive decline or Alzheimer’s disease.
Among hurdles: Older adults may have multiple illnesses that could complicate research or they might be unable to manage the commute.
Almost 30 percent of patients leaving the hospital don’t want home health care services, which often leads to readmissions and other health issues.
Older adults who face an uncertain future reach out to trusted friends to guide them.
About a third of older adults feel lonely, but learning better ways to engage with others and improve relationships can help them avoid such feelings.
Senior citizens have to be patient and keep close records to appeal when Medicare plans refuse to cover their medicines.
Research shows that people with dementia can benefit significantly from efforts to ease communication, improve overall health and other key measures.
Good nutrition has been linked to a boost in senior citizens’ cognitive skills.
Medical experts around the country are rolling out instructional videos for family caregivers who need help with challenging medical tasks.