Elder Guru is for sale!

by Johnathan on June 21, 2016

This website, complete with Facebook page, email list, and all past articles, is for sale. While we enjoy the subject matter and the writing, our efforts are being pulled in new directions. Contact us for more information!


Tips To Make A Home Senior Citizen Friendly And Safe

May 24, 2016

With the advances in medical care, people are living longer than ever before. Rather than going to an assisted living facility, many elderly members of society prefer to remain at home. As the baby boomers join the ranks of senior citizens, the need for home safety measures is on the rise. While a caregiver may […]

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Staying Home: A Caregiver’s Guide to Making Your House Alzheimer’s Safe

April 28, 2016

Elder Guru, in partnership with Wise Age Books, has made a new book available to assist caregivers of those with Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementia. Knowing the challenges caregivers face when providing care in their home, and caregivers’ desires to keep their loved one safely at home for as long as possible, and seeing little […]

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Older Americans Act Signed Into Law (Again)

April 27, 2016

President Obama recently reauthorized the Older Americans Act Reauthorization Act of 2016. The act re-signs into law and updates the Older Americans Act of 1965 (OAA). The new OAA is valid for three years. The goal of the act is to help seniors live as independently as possible in their communities. The OAA funds essential […]

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Do You Need An Elder Care Mediator?

April 12, 2016

Families don’t always agree on care giving issues for older adults. A trained, impartial, and compassionate adviser may be just what a family needs – before arguments start. Enter elder care mediators, professionals experienced in conflict resolution. Often they’re attorneys, social workers, psychologists, or counselors. Mediators talk family members through difficult situations and misunderstandings, and […]

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New Aging: Live Smarter Now to Live Better Tomorrow

April 7, 2016

When you picture a retirement community, do you think of modern and sustainable architecture, allowing residents to age in place and engage with others? Architect Matthias Hollwich of New Aging does. When Hollwich turned forty, he began to prepare for aging. He researched the designs of current retirement communities and realized he wanted to create […]

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New Alzheimer’s Data: 2016 Alzheimer’s Facts And Figures Released

April 1, 2016

The Alzheimer’s Association recently released updated Facts and Figures, with emphasis on the disease’s effect on families and caregivers. The 2016 edition includes a special report of the financial impact of Alzheimer’s on families. Other highlights from the report include: Prevalence More and more Americans – 5.4 million in 2016 – are living with Alzheimer’s […]

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Oral Health And Stroke Prevention Go Together

March 31, 2016

Need a reminder to brush your teeth? Oral bacteria are linked to the risk of stroke, according to a study done by researchers at the National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center in Osaka, Japan. The single hospital study observed hemorrhagic stroke patients. In a hemorrhagic stroke, blood vessels rupture in the brain and cause bleeding. The […]

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