March 2021

Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop

When you're caring for an elderly loved one, you never know when the next trip to the emergency room will happen. How can you avoid losing your mind? This article offers a few helpful tips. 

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Apply for Property Tax Relief Programs Before 3/31

If you’re looking after an elderly loved one who still lives at home in Sumner County, you need to know about two state-sponsored programs that offer property tax relief to seniors who qualify. These programs are definitely worth the time it will take to apply. Hurry! The application deadline is next week. 

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March is National Social Work Month

During National Social Work Month, we pause to celebrate the contributions of social workers, including our very own Debra King. The theme of this year’s celebration, “Social Workers are Essential,” highlights the invaluable contributions social workers like Debra make in our society, especially as this nation addresses the Coronavirus pandemic.

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COVID Scam Update

Coronavirus scams are spreading nearly as fast as the virus itself. For fraudsters, everything is an opportunity to separate vulnerable seniors from their money. For them, the COVID-19 pandemic isn't a disaster, it's a gold mine. Read on to learn more about the latest schemes and how to avoid them.

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How to Respond to Unfounded Accusations When Dementia Is Involved

When someone you love has dementia, allegations of theft, lying, and other hurtful claims are par for the course. In this article, which originally appeared in the Positive Approach to Care newsletter, Valerie Feurich offers up sensible strategies for dealing with this common behavior.

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