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  • How to Spot Financial Abuse

    November 20, 2020

    Elder abuse, specifically that of a financial nature, is something that isn’t widely spoken about. A lot of people don’t even realize it’s happening or that it’s a prevalent issue within the senior community. In reality, elder financial abuse is a huge business these days. It’s been estimated that senior adults lose over $36 billion dollars each year to scams, fraud, and exploitation. What’s even scarier than that large dollar amount is that many of the tactics used to get that money are legal and affect roughly thirty-seven percent of older American citizens without them even realizing it.

  • Veterans Day Ideas

    November 11, 2020

  • Seniors Struggle While Staying at Home

    August 24, 2020

    People and businesses are trying to adjust to this new normal. However, our most vulnerable populations are seniors, are advised to keep staying on the home.

  • Seniors Struggling With Mental Health

    August 10, 2020

    While people and businesses are returning to a new normal, the number of coronavirus cases continue to climb in our state.

  • Helping Seniors Through the Pandemic

    April 24, 2020

    Learn six creative ways to help seniors maintain positive mental health during the pandemic.

  • Senior Helpers Scottsdale Caregiver Recognized as Hometown Hero

    April 16, 2020

    Senior Helpers Scottsdale Caregiver goes above and beyond during COVID-19 crisis.

  • Caring for your Senior Parents Through the COVID-19 Crisis

    March 18, 2020

    Caring for your aging parents can be stressful in itself but the coronavirus, or COVID-19, has made it even more so. As the news changes and it is becoming more apparent that this crisis will last months, not weeks, more and more families are deciding to move their elderly loved ones home and hire caregivers to come to the home and offer additional support for a few hours per day, as an alternative to assisted living.

  • Mom and Dad Can’t Live Alone…Now What?

    November 11, 2019

    Gene was about to turn 92 years old and was relatively healthy. He was able to take care of his day to day needs with a little bit of support from his daughter, Ellen. But, one day when visiting his house, his daughter saw a huge scratch on the side of his car. When questioned about it, he had no idea what had happened. He hadn’t even noticed. Maybe someone had crashed into him? Or maybe he had crashed into someone else? He couldn’t tell Ellen what had happened.

  • Dad is a Veteran and Needs Help

    November 01, 2019

    If your father served in World War II, the Korean War, or Vietnam he may qualify for home health care assistance for veterans through the Department of Veteran Affairs. This assistance can help ease the burden on family members trying to secure care for their elderly loved ones. We offer a variety of services for veterans through our VA Assistance Program. This program is not directly affiliated with the VA, but can help you and your family navigate the challenges with getting benefits.

  • The Benefits of Music Therapy