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Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer Awareness

In 1985, the breast cancer awareness campaign was one week long and backed by just two organizations. Almost 30 years later, it has grown into an international awareness program that spans the entire month of October, and joins together hundreds of organizations dedicated to fighting breast cancer....

Give the Gift of Peace of Mind for Father’s Day

Give the Gift of Peace of Mind for Father’s Day

You may be one of the many adult children of aging parents asking yourself right now, “What can I give Dad for Father’s Day this year?” Is Dad seeming to be getting more noticeably older? Has Dad fallen in recent months or needed to be hospitalized...

Aphasia Awareness Month: A Message from Laura

Aphasia Awareness Month: A Message from Laura

June is Aphasia Awareness Month Stroke is the No. 4 cause of death and the leading cause of disability in the U.S. A stroke can have various communication effects, one of which is aphasia.  Aphasia is most often caused by strokes that occur in areas of the...

7 Tips to Spring Cleaning a Senior Loved One's Home

7 Tips to Spring Cleaning a Senior Loved One's Home

Why is spring the time of year we take a step back and do a thorough cleaning of the house? Well, I am glad you asked! A not so long time ago, dark colored grime and soot would build up over the winter months from...

What Seniors Are Thankful For

What Seniors Are Thankful For

During National Family Caregivers Month, One Call Alert was unexpectedly given a glimpse at what an older, wiser generation is thankful for this holiday season. In appreciation for the work that family caregivers do, take a moment and ask a senior relative, neighbor, or friend, what...

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