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12 Common Senior Scams and How to Avoid Them

Category: March 15, 2018

Unfortunately, senior citizens are one of the most targeted groups for scams, identity theft and fraud. One study estimated that scammers steal $2.9 billion per year from seniors. That’s enough ... Read more

His and Hers Health: Why the differences matter as we age

Category: February 08, 2018

It’s no secret that men and women are different, and some of those differences are more than skin deep. As we age, men and women develop different healthcare needs, too. ... Read more

Protecting Dr. Martin Luther King from Death Threat was Most Meaningful Moment of My Life

Category: January 13, 2018

As the nation observes Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the Brookdale resident recently reflected on that historical moment from the apartment he shares with his wife Janet in Robin Run ... Read more

How to Talk to Your Parents about Money, Health and Estate Planning

Category: December 16, 2017

Sometimes conversations about planning for a senior’s later years seem so difficult they are delayed until a medical crisis forces the family’s hand. Read more

Are You at Risk for Social Isolation?

Category: November 18, 2017

Did you know one in six seniors faces physical, cultural or geographic barriers that isolate them from their peers and communities? Take our helpful quiz to see if you are ... Read more

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What Doctor Diagnoses Dementia?

Juliet Holt Klinger April 02, 2018

When you’re having issues with your stomach, you make an appointment to see a gastroenterologist. When you can’t stop sniffling and sneezing in the spring, you call an allergist. But ... Read more