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The Rejuvenating Effect of Tech

The Rejuvenating Effect of Tech

Amara Rose February 2, 2016 4

The Key Ingredients to Hold Their Attention While the fountain of youth may be mythical, when it comes to positive aging, even the oldest old (those 85+) are rejuvenating via technology. My 91-year-old father,

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Pay Attention! How to Create Mesmerizing Meetings

Pay Attention! How to Create Mesmerizing Meetings

Amara Rose January 26, 2016 0

The Key Ingredients to Hold Their Attention In this distractible age, whether you’re attempting to communicate with senior reverse mortgage prospects who may have hearing deficits or difficulty concentrating, or those at the other

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When to Consult the Experts

When to Consult the Experts

Amara Rose January 19, 2016 1

Our Mother’s Keeper: Part 3 We’ve discussed it before, but it bears repeating, especially because seniors themselves are often loath to admit they’re growing older: there are certain situations where it’s wise to get

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Our Mother’s Keeper: The Upside of Caregiving

Our Mother’s Keeper: The Upside of Caregiving

Amara Rose January 12, 2016 0

Part 2: The Upside of Caregiving Nobody wants to think about losing his or her mind — or to see this happening to a parent, other loved one, or a reverse mortgage client. Yet

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Our Mother’s Keeper: Part 1

Our Mother’s Keeper: Part 1

Amara Rose January 5, 2016 5

A Resolution to Last All Year & Beyond We all know how ephemeral New Year’s resolutions can be. With the best of intentions the first of January, you plan to join a health club,

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Preparing to Age Alone

Preparing to Age Alone

Amara Rose December 29, 2015 0

How to Create a Support System Aging in place is no longer news, but what’s been underreported is how to age solo: without a spouse/partner, children, caregiver, or other relative or companion living with

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Ending 2015 on a Grace Note

Ending 2015 on a Grace Note

Amara Rose December 22, 2015 0

Year End Ideas for Your Senior Clientele In music, a grace note is considered “nonessential,” an ornamental embellishment — yet something about it distinguishes the piece, or the composer would have omitted it. It’s

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Hard Holidays

Hard Holidays

Amara Rose December 15, 2015 5

When You’re the Caregiver, Not a Guest The songs tell us this is “the most wonderful time of the year”. Holiday shopping, relatives visiting from afar, friends dropping by to exchange presents and share

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