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Tips for Keeping a Senior’s Brain Active and Healthy

For seniors, it’s important to eat right and stay active to maintain optimum health.  As the saying goes, “be good to your body and it’ll be good to you.”  Eating properly, drinking plenty of water, and exercising regularly will truly make you feel more energized and in many instances, improve your health. 379 more words

In-home Care

Technology and Your Elderly Care Franchise

Technology has both simplified and enriched the way we work, live and interact with others. Technology allows us to communicate instantaneously with others and maintain a great deal of information, literally at our fingertips.  363 more words

Home Care Franchise

Caring for Elderly Parents: Seeking Help

Because of our love for our parents, it is often hard for us to admit that they are aging. As our parents age, there are certain things that they are no longer able to do for themselves. 376 more words

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Marketing Techniques to Grow Your Senior Care Franchise

Business owners who own a senior care franchise have a number of different marketing techniques easily available for implementation to grow their business. Internet marketing efforts take the lead in today’s computer savvy society with Facebook pages, websites and other offerings. 354 more words

Home Care Franchise

Preparing Your Non-Medical Home Care Business Plan

Before a prospective senior care franchise owner can start a business, it is necessary to seek financing to cover the startup costs. Prospective business owners must realistically, carefully consider not only their present finances but also their future ones, and then consider how a franchise will fit into those figures. 353 more words

Home Care Franchise

CALA News & Views Summer 2014: Care Partners

The film, March of the Penguins, taught us how emperor penguins literally come together to survive harsh winters—huddling in a group to conserve warmth. 86 more words


Facing Old Age with Cosmetic Surgery - from www.csa.us


Facing Old Age with Cosmetic Surgery from http://www.csa.us


Ginger, in her late 60s, decided to have a facelift after Graves’ disease left her with bulging eyes and sagging skin. 1,320 more words