As many of you know, Netflix and chill is becoming more and more popular every day. Personally, my favorite pastime is to binge watch a 7 season/24 Ep. show in one sitting. Now this takes time, commitment, stretching, grocery shopping prior to my binge, and shower breaks (recommended).
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The internet is the new frontier in marketing. Companies have learned how to use the system to effectively and efficiently market to their desired consumer group. Some companies have also learned how to abuse this system. Many companies have resorted to paying a “referral fee” to people or websites that will promote their products many times without directly acknowledging that they are being paid to do so. This unethical practice is largely unknown
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In part two of our Home Safety Series, we’ll focus on making your home safer by focusing on the bedroom, bathroom and other living areas. Our goal with this series is to help seniors reduce the risk of falling in their home environment. By taking a proactive approach to making these simple changes, you can significantly reduce the risk of falling.
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At Choices in Senior Care, we have assisted numerous families involved with transitioning a loved one back home following a nursing home stay. Most of these cases have involved folks who have had life altering health changes. How do you make the transition from nursing home or other rehab back into your home setting?