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Hearing Aids

by TheWaterford - Dec 06, 2018

When purchasing hearing aids there are many things to consider. One important aspect is to know the return policy and to ensure a proper fit. With something a complex and custom as a hearing aids, there is a chance that the specialist may not get it right the first time. This is okay, but it is your job as the user to identify any potential problem

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Hot Water Heater Failure

by TheWaterford - Nov 27, 2018

During the colder months, your hot water heater works overtime. If you find yourself without hot water, the first step is to identify what type of hot water heater that you own: tankless, gas, electric, etc. This is important because depending on what type of system you have, you might have a different solution. The best thing one can do is to cont

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Conundrum of Living Longer

by TheWaterford - Nov 27, 2018

Due to the fact that people are living longer, Baby Boomers have found themselves in a position where they are moving into retirement homes with their aging parents. According to a recnet national study, caregiver over the age of 75 in the US spend about 34 hours a week caring for aging parents/loved-ones. It makes sense that taking the step into c

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Moving into Retirement Communities with Parents

by TheWaterford - Nov 27, 2018

There is a new trend amongst the children of those in community care. These children are beginning to move into their parent's retirement communities. This may sound like a strange arrangement, but the living situation not only provides a close proximity to aging parents. It allows the senior child their own space while offering progressive levels

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Affording assisted living

by TheWaterford - Nov 20, 2018

Many senior veterans are not aware that their assisted living lincoln ne care could be covered by the government. We recommend getting a lawyer to help you navigate the process but as long as you don't have too many assets to qualify for the program, you or your loved one could receive up to $21,000 a year to put towards your assisted living care.

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Merry Christmas in Assisted Living

by TheWaterford - Nov 12, 2018

Bringing some holiday cheer into assisted living lincoln ne communities is very important. Often times seniors still enjoy buying gifts for their loved ones. Planning an outing to the local mall is a fun and fulfilling experience. Arts and crafts are also a great way to engage and enjoy Christmas time. Encourage seniors to make their Christmas gift

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Gift of Conversation

by TheWaterford - Nov 06, 2018

One of the best things that you can for yourself and your aging parents, is to talk about how they see themselves living out the rest of their lives. Although it may be difficult to talk about assisted living lincoln ne, it's better to talk about it while they are in good health instead of while being faced with a health crisis.

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Seasonal Vaccinations

by TheWaterford - Oct 29, 2018

It's the time of year to start talking about seasonal vaccines for people in assisted living lincoln ne. Today we want to spend some time on why people over the age of 65 avoid being vaccinated. Some older people believe that simply eating healthy and exercising is enough to prevent and illness. However, illness does not care how strong/healthy a p

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Help with the terms?

by TheWaterford - Oct 24, 2018

We understand that the terminology that you hear from doctors regarding your alzheimer s lincoln loved one can be confusing. The Waterford offers an online glossary of terms for your convenience. Give us a call to set up a tour of our communities.

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It Might Be Time

by TheWaterford - Oct 17, 2018

Making the choice to put your alzheimer s lincoln loved one in assisted care can be difficult. What can be even harder is the stress that them not being in assisted care is placing on your or the current care taker. If you feel like the weight of caring for your loved one is becoming too much, call The Waterford Assisted Communities for a tour and

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