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Coro Health Launches Unique Spiritual Wellness Offering, CoroFaith

02/28/2012
AUSTIN, Texas (February 27, 2012) – Imagine someone for whom you care having round-the-clock access to an individualized audio library of inspirational readings, prayers, sermons, and classes from the religious or spiritual tradition of their choice.  This is the heart of CoroFaith, a streaming audio web application that is launching today.  CoroFaith is the latest initiative by audio wellness solutions pioneer Coro Health.
 

A PLACE FOR MOM® FINDS DWINDLING FINANCES AND GROWING SENIOR POPULATION PUTTING STRAIN ON YOUNGER GENERATIONS

02/28/2012

 Majority of American Tax Payers Want Aging Parents Receiving Care claimed as Dependents

SEATTLE, Wash., FEBRUARY 28, 2012 – Approximately 23 percent of Americans anticipate they will have to provide care for a loved one in the next year, according to a survey released today by A Place for Mom, Inc. (APFM), the nation’s largest senior living referral information service.

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119 Assisted Living Communities Named “Caring Stars” of 2012

01/05/2012

San Mateo, CA, January 5, 2012 –– One hundred nineteen assisted living communities in 24 states across the United States rank as the “Caring Stars” of 2012, a new nationwide designation based on consumer ratings and reviews recognizing service excellence.

12 most popular posts from 2011

So many posts, 2011 was such a short year. For those of you news junkies or folks with too many Google alerts, like me you must be drowning in recaps of the 2011 best movies, worst mistakes, top tech this, worst tech that. So as the year rapidly slips to a close, I thought I'd recap the most read posts from Aging in Place Technology Watch written during 2011, beginning, not so cleverly, from the beginning of the year:

Making aging and caregiving kitchen-table issues

Sharpening the end of life discussion. Jane Gross published a New Old Age blog this week in the NY Times called Mad as Hell. The gist of it was about how retired Boston Globe columnist Ellen Goodman is starting up the "Conversation Project, one of many nascent efforts to make the rigors of caregiving and advanced old age into a kitchen-table issue — not just a topic for policy wonks and health care professionals." Ellen and Jane are talking about 'family caregiving'. Something is not quite right, though, about this article and other 'conversations' that depend on first stating the facts about seniors and where they live, what they live on, and who takes care of them.

Can Caregivers “Game” Their Stress Away?

11/17/2011

Being a caregiver is the toughest job that no one ever talks about.

According to the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, more than 65 million Americans are caregivers to family members with a vast array of illnesses, including Alzheimer’s disease, advanced diabetes, Parkinson’s disease and many others.

LifeCare reports increase in need for backup adult care

09/28/2011

 

SHELTON, Conn., Sept. 28, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- LifeCare®, Inc., a national provider of personal productivity and loyalty solutions with nearly 30 years experience, is reporting explosive year-over-year demand for its backup care program. Member requests and utilization for the first six months of 2011 were four times greater than the same six-month period in 2010.

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