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Long-Term Care Insurance

Last week on the blog, we talked a little bit about the psychology of aging. People are living longer lives than ever before. However, this doesn’t mean that the elderly still don’t need care. Living longer doesn’t always mean we will be living our healthiest lives....

Psychology of Aging

In America, older generations continue to push the life expectancy limit. Mankind is living longer and healthier lives than ever before. According to Deborah DiGilio from the Practice Organization of the American Psychology Association, “People 65 and older are the...

Stage 4 Dementia: Cognitive Decline

This week on the blog, we will be focusing on stage four of dementia and cognitive abilities. Although there are seven stages, the fourth stage is extremely important because this is where we really begin to see a decline in cognitive abilities. In some cases, this...

Music Therapy

Think about how often you play music. Maybe you listen to it in the car, on your way to work. Maybe you have a specific song that puts you right to sleep. Maybe you have a specific song that motivates you at the gym. Whatever it is, music can be extremely helpful and...

Similarities of Disease: Parkinson’s

This week on the blog we are talking about the different ways diseases can be connected; specifically focusing on Parkinson’s Disease. According to Parkinson.org, Parkinson’s Disease is described as being a neurodegenerative disorder which affects neurons in the brain...