October 19, 2018

Confirm your preparedness plans for Seniors

 With emergencies and disasters striking quickly, having a plan is critical to a best outcome especially for the aging community.

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Our Feelings Come From Our Beliefs

So if we exclaim, “Oh how awful it is to have heart disease!” or “I cannot change my beliefs,” our brain says, “Ok! You’re right!” and then makes sure you can’t!


Natural disaster threats call for preparedness plan to protect seniors

 Whether it's hurricanes, tornados, wildfires or floods, helping older adults—among the most vulnerable populations—should be a priority.