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Memorialize Your Loved One In a Less-Than-Traditional Way

It’s not easy losing a loved one. And because the grieving process is different for everyone, memorials can help ease the pain while also creating a legacy for the deceased. Here are a variety of ways you can ensure your loved one isn’t forgotten beyond the typical purchasing of a plaque, park bench or memorial brick at their favorite location.

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A Guide to Funeral Planning: How You and Your Senior Loved One Can Prepare

Only 21% of Americans have talked with a loved one about their funeral. Pre-planning is key and can help alleviate stress for the surviving family, save money and allow the chance for a proper and memorable send-off. Here are some factors you and your loved one should consider.

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National Safety Month is Here. Are You and Your Senior Prepared?

June is National Safety Month. From your home to your lifestyle, there are a number of ways seniors and their loved ones can be safer. Here are some tips and things to think about.

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National Date Your Mate Month: How Love and Remarriage Affect Seniors and Their Adult Children

Dating and remarrying later in life doesn’t necessarily get easier as you age. Here’s what seniors (and their adult children) should know as they’re considering remarrying or cohabitating.

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Connect, Create and Contribute! Older Americans Month Encourages You to Get Involved

May is Older Americans Month, and you can celebrate all 31 days with your friends, neighbors, family members, grandkids and all of your loved ones. From volunteering to promoting positive self-care, there are a variety of ways to pay tribute to this month’s theme: Connect, Create, Contribute.

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