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  • Seniors And The Opioid Crisis

    Seniors And The Opioid Crisis

    It can be difficult to recognize opioid misuse among seniors, who are particularly prone to the effects of opioids. They could be grappling with a substance use disorder without anyone knowing about it. Family and friends of people ages 65 and older can do their part to help their loved one avoid misusing prescription drugs.

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  • My Mom is Calling at 3AM – teleCalm

    My Mom is Calling at 3AM – teleCalm

    Click here to read Jill’s blog on Alzheimer’s and how teleCalm can help.

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  • How to Evaluate an Elder Care Community

    How to Evaluate an Elder Care Community

    It never feels like the right time to think about moving a loved one to an assisted living community. Above all else, you want your senior to be safe, well fed, and mentally stimulated. Once you’ve decided to make a change, the next decision is finding the right community for your aging senior. It’s important to take the following precautions to determine if the elder care community feels right for your loved one.

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  • Charting New Waters

    Charting New Waters

    When we sit down with a family to help them navigate the maze of senior housing options for themselves, their parents or a loved one, they are often in crisis. Something has happened to propel them to contact Oasis Senior Advisors. I’m not offended, but no one reaches out to us because they are having a good day. At least not usually.

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  • Understanding our aging society

    Understanding our aging society

    The demographic landscape of America is changing. With baby boomers on the precipice of retirement, dynamics are shifting in industries far and wide. While 2020 census data is still a year away, a recent Profile of Older Americans produced by the federal Administration for Community Living revealed staggering numbers. In 2016, one of every seven Americans was age 65 or older, an increase of 33 percent over the previo

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  • Caregivers Require Well-managed Support

    Caregivers Require Well-managed Support

    Our aging society presents an often overlooked challenge to the health of caregivers, particularly those who work in an informal or unpaid capacity. This subset of caregivers are often family members treating a loved one, and they have been known to suffer from elevated levels of depression and anxiety, higher use of psychoactive medications, worse self-reported physical health, compromised immune function and increa

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  • Aging in Diverse Communities

    Aging in Diverse Communities

    The Baby Boomers are becoming the retirement boomers

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