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Why Assisted Living & Senior Living Placement Is So Important In The Years To Come

Jul 27, 2017

4,000 Americans turn 85 years of age daily, one of the fastest-growing segments of our population. Close to 1.5 million more each and every year that will likely one day need senior living placement. Over the next 16 years, the number of people over the age of 50 will grow 74%, while the number under the age of 50 will grow only by 1% thus creating the biggest caregiver shortage in US history. The lack of workforce to perform in-home care service...

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The Chelsea Assisted Living NJ

Jul 27, 2017

Next Stage looks forward to working with The Chelsea Assisted Living NJ communities.  Over the next month we will be touring and meeting the executive teams at each community to learn more about what they offer and what sets them apart.  We look forward to a long lasting partnership and cannot wait to introduce our clients to their communities.  

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Keep Medical Information On Your Smartphone - AARP

Jul 25, 2017

AARP posted an article that is a must read for everyone.  Copy and paste the link below into your browser and see how storing all of you medical information into your smartphone can save your life.  This is very important to do and Next Stage encourages all of their clients to do so.  You never know what will happen and where you will be when it happens so having all your info accessible for a loved one or stranger to help is key t...

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New Jersey Medicaid Eligibility Requirements For Seniors

Jul 20, 2017

What is Medicaid?  Medicaid is a jointly funded, Federal-State health care program for persons who are financially eligible. Medicaid provides care for acute medical needs, rehabilitation, and long-term care at home and in nursing homes. There are also numerous community-based programs, including adult day care, and assistance with local transportation.  Does Medicaid Pay for Long-term Care? Yes, Medicaid pays for long-term...

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Veterans Aid and Attendance Program - How To Apply

Jul 20, 2017

How to Apply for Aid and Attendance The application process for the Aid and Attendance pension benefit involves 3 basic steps: ·      Gathering documents ·      Completing the necessary VA forms ·      Mailing the completed application Eligibility for Aid and Attendance Pension ...

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Are You Suffering From Caregiving Burnout?

Jul 19, 2017

Are you suffering from caregiver burnout?  Check out the article posted on Next Avenue which explains caregiver burnout and how to spot it.  If you are experiencing these signs and want to some support please call Next Stage Senior Guidance today.  Next Stage will provide you with options to relieve the stress and burnout.  Assisted Living communities offer 2 week to 1 month respite stay's.  The room is 100% furnished so ...

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10 Things To Locate Before Your Parent Has a Health Crisis

Jul 19, 2017

As long as aging parents are handling their own finances and managing day-to-day living at home, adult children don’t think much about needing to know the location of their parents’ important documents. However, a parent’s unexpected health event could precipitate an immediate need to get your hands on key information and secure valuables. Following her fall and emergency surgery, my mother insisted I go to her house and retrieve her jewel...

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Can Poor Sleep Lead To Alzheimer's?

Jul 18, 2017

Check out the CNN.com article below.  Can poor sleep lead to Alzheimer's?  Studies show that there is a connection between the two.  More and more studies come out as we try to tackle this horrible disease.  One day we will find a cure, its only a matter of time! 

http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/05/health/alzheimers-sleep-dementia-study/index.html

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N.J. Moves To Regulate Virtual Visits With Your Doctor

Jul 14, 2017

Virtual visits with your doctor is a regulation that is well overdue.  I have been pushing for this for a very long time.  It is very challenging for an elderly to get out of the home with no transportation or in the winter with inclement weather.  I have personally seen many Homecare patients miss important doctor appointments because lack of transportation and bad weather.  This law will reduce the stress on our seniors and ...

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A New Weapon In Fight With Alzheimer's? New Study Points To Olive Oil

Jul 14, 2017

Can olive oil be the new weapon to fight Alzheimer's?  Check out the article below that was posted on NJ.com site.  We need to find a cure for Alzheimer's.  This disease is expected to have rapid growth in the years to come.  Lets fight and beat Alzheimer's together!  If you or anyone in your family suffers from Alzheimer's call Next Stage Senior Guidance today for support!  http://s.nj.com/GXul6La ...

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