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Improving Communication When a Loved One has Aphasia

Improving Communication When a Loved One has Aphasia

Not being able to effectively communicate can be frustrating. There are more than 2 million Americans living with aphasia, a communication disorder that can stem from a brain injury, infection, or neurological disorder. Seniors with conditions such as dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, or Parkinson’s disease may develop aphasia, as well as those who have experienced a … Continue reading Improving Communication When a Loved One has Aphasia

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May Events

May Events

In person or online attendance options are available for this Holistic Approach to Your Health & Wellness panel presentation. Click Here to register for in person attendance Click Here to register for online (virtual) attendance.   No registration is needed for the Glenview Health Fair. Email [email protected] with any questions.

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Protect Against Scams and Fraud

Protect Against Scams and Fraud

Did you know that people over the age of 60 are at least twice as likely to be targeted by scammers than most other age groups? That’s because seniors typically have a lifetime of savings, and scammers are keenly aware of this fact. According to AARP, for every one scam that’s reported, there are 25 … Continue reading Protect Against Scams and Fraud

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Parkinson’s Awareness Month: What You Need to Know

Parkinson’s Awareness Month: What You Need to Know

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month and a great time to go over some of the basics of this disease that affects nearly one million Americans. The more you know, the more alert you can be for early warning signs and the better care you can provide for loved ones with Parkinson’s. Although there is currently … Continue reading Parkinson’s Awareness Month: What You Need to Know

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Tips to Help Manage Spring Allergens in Your Home

Tips to Help Manage Spring Allergens in Your Home

As the weather warms up and days get longer, the transition can be difficult for those with seasonal allergies. Everything from tree pollen to weeds to mold can make eyes start itching and noses start running. Other symptoms of springtime allergies include coughing, sneezing, sinus congestion, and sinus headaches. Allergy season can be miserable without … Continue reading Tips to Help Manage Spring Allergens in Your Home

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