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      What Sits in the Refrigerator Can Impact Recovery for Seniors

      By Deborah Irvine | March 24, 2017

      There are so many things that can impact recovery for seniors and others after a hospitalization. The main goal should be helping to maximize the chances of making a full recovery for that elderly individual, which would ultimately reduce the risk of a readmission. A hospital readmission is technically any time somebody needs to be…

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      Recovery for a Stroke Patient in Their 80s

      By Jon Fedele | March 22, 2017

      A person who has a stroke may be dealing with a tremendous recovery. If they are in their 80s or even their 90s, a stroke victim, or patient, may have difficulty seeing the future and being optimistic about it. A person needs to have hope in order to focus on their recovery. What many people…

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      Can You Increase the Amount You Receive from Aid and Attendance?

      By Liza Erazo | March 17, 2017

      When a veteran qualifies for the Aid and Attendance Benefit, which offers financial assistance to pay for home care services, at some point in time they may require more care at home. If that happens, are they able to increase the amount they receive from the VA? Every case is different. This may seem like…

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      Can Dependents of Veterans Get Home Care Help?

      By Nercy Radcliffe | March 13, 2017

      When people think about the Aid and Attendance Benefit, they think it’s only available to veterans who need some type of home care. It can also provide financial support and assistance to dependents of veterans. These dependents can be an adult child who may have a disability, a spouse, or some other individual who is…

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      What Happens If Dad Is Determined to Walk, but Can’t?

      By Ted Wolfendale, Esq. | March 10, 2017

      Your father has long been a strong, independent individual. Lately, though, you know he’s having difficulty with his mobility. As a senior, you worry about his safety at home. The problem is that he has been very limited in his mobility, whether it’s due to his age, diminished strength, or a health emergency. Perhaps he…

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      A Senior’s Self-Esteem May Impact His Safety

      By Debbie Savage, RN, BSN | March 8, 2017

      It’s easy to overlook the impact that self-esteem can have on a person’s life. It can be so critical for people of all ages, but what about seniors? If a senior is feeling down about his or her physical capabilities, has had to withdraw from activities, and has been dealing with loss of friends and…

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      South Florida ASN Providers Serve the Following Towns and Counties

      South Florida Approved Senior Network providers serve the following areas: Miami, Boynton Beach, Brooksville, Coral Springs, Crystal River, Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Pierce, Hernando Beach, Hobe Sound, Homosassa, Hudson, Indiantown, Inverness, Jensen Beach, Jupiter, Lecanto, New Port Richey, Palm Beach Gardens, Palm City, Pompano Beach, Port St. Lucie, Spring Hill, Stuart, Tequesta, Weeki Wachee, Wellington, West Palm Beach,

      Counties Served Include: Martin, Broward, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, Monroe, Charlotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry, Collier