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7 Steps for Better Retirement Planning

By Aidan Kendrick 1 Prepare not just one, but two budgets One is for your remaining years of working, and the other is for when you have retired. In thinking and dreaming

When a Loved One Dies

“I’m so sorry for your loss” By Mary Bart This, of course, is a customary expression that people use to convey sympathy when a loved one passes. It might be

When a Friend Needs Care

By Rick Lauber A couple of months had passed since I last saw my good friend, Larry (not his real name). Our latest meeting was for coffee. We lingered over our cups catching

Seniors and Hygiene: One size Doesn’t Fit All!

By Pat Irwin What matters Does personal hygiene really matter that much for seniors? Let’s look at the benefits of and issues surrounding personal hygiene. They range from

10 Ways to Provide Better Care

By Caroline Tapp-McDougall Being involved in family caregiving isn’t the easiest task for anyone, given its personal nature and inherent challenges. After all, the

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