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Convince Parent to Accept Help

 Convince Parent to Accept Help

Dad Doesnt Want Help

SPECIAL resource guide to show your Elderly mother or father

If you are having trouble showing your elderly mother or father the value of a little extra help,  this completely free resource tool just may be what you need to convince them that help is NOT a bad thing!

We will only have the tool available for a short time. Get it now!

With the right knowledge, you can show the value of help to an elderly parent who has yet to see it.

We know its hard to ask for help. But at some point we all need a little help. And getting help from a loving, caring, compassionate senior who really understands what life is about is the best of both worlds.

 

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Counting on Medicaid for Long Term Care?

Counting on Medicaid for Long Term Care?

by Terry Savage The oldest Baby Boomers are now turning 70. Suddenly, the possibility of needing long term care looms, despite the medical advances of joint replacement, heart surgeries, and pharmaceuticals. Boomers now must face the increasing possibility of needing care with activities of daily living – things like dressing, bathing, and toileting.

Medicare does not cover these basic services – beyond a limited number of days of “skilled” nursing care required, for example, after a surgery. The Veteran’s Administration does cover some care, primarily restricted to VA nursing homes. Long term care insurance is the obvious solution – yet fewer than 10 percent of the senior population has such a policy.

So many seniors who need daily custodial care are forced to turn to state Medicaid programs. And in these days of dwindling state budgets, that’s not likely to be an appealing solution — despite some Federal matching funds recently added to some state budgets under the Affordable Care Act. continue reading

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Nurse Account Services Coordinator

Nurse Account Services Coordinator

Retired RN? Looking for an enjoyable way to earn some income?

Seniors Helping Seniors is looking for a special senior (50+) to join our family. As a nurse you have made a career of caring for others. You have seen the good care models and the not so good care models. You have worked at assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and rehabilitation units, and you currently live in Southern NH or Southern ME.

But you are unique. You have a gift for connecting with people. You look forward to talking with others. You are excited when your phone rings, when you get an email or you get a Facebook message. You strike up conversations in the grocery store and look forward to meeting new people in various settings. Put you in a room of people and you are excited to connAccount Services Coordinatorect with them. People tend to like you because you are interested, engaging and have a positive outlook on life. continue reading

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Home Health Care in the Winter

Home Health CareHome Health Care in the Winter

Judy Loubier gives us the twelve things we should be on the look out for when caring for our seniors during the winter. She mentions two of the most vulnerable times seniors have that could cause problems,  the optimal temperature to keep the home, keeping them safe within the home and OH so much more!

Listen below to her radio segment.  It is just 15 minutes and, as always, this segment is educational, warm and engaging.

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Nurse Salesperson

Nurse Salesperson

Retired RN? Looking for an enjoyable way to earn some income?

Seniors Helping Seniors is looking for a special senior (50+) to join our family. As a nurse you have made a career of caring for others. You have seen the good care models and the not so good care models. You have worked at assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and rehabilitation units, and you currently live in Southern NH or Southern ME.

But you are unique. You have a gift for connecting with people. You look forward to talking with others. You are excited when your phone rings, when you get an email or you get a Facebook message. You strike up conversations in the grocery store and look forward to meeting new people in various settings. Put you in a room of people and you are excited to connNursing Jobsect with them. People tend to like you because you are interested, engaging and have a positive outlook on life. continue reading

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