Hoarding isnít uncommon for lonely seniors
Spotlight on Seniors

There’s no escaping aging and with that comes a variety of issues that could wreak havoc in the lives of older adults. 

The conditions of aging can prompt seniors to begin exhibiting unusual behavior such as hoarding. So many older adults are alone and that may lead to depression, loneliness and fears at night. 

Loss of abilities often leaves seniors struggling to... Read More

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