Senior Care Services.Org

Senior Care Services.Org will strive to provide you with all of the information and senior care resources necessary to provide for your needs or for those of the ones that you love. Located in St. Louis, Missouri, we provide senior resources and information related to the local St. Louis area as well as information helpful to  the general needs of the elderly regardless of where you live. Stay current with the constantly updating news and articles of interest, senior care providers and the upcoming newsletters (See below).  This website is sponsored by Senior Care Psychological Consulting.

 

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Senior Articles of Interest:

Aging: Beginning to an end?

Alzheimer's Disease

Cancer: A Death Sentence for the Elderly?

Chronic Pain: Won't it just go away?

Depression among the Elderly

Health Insurance 101 for Senior Citizens

Long term care insurance: What is it really?

Medical Conditions and Information for the Elderly

Medicare: How will it help me?

Medicaid Program: What do I need to know?

Medication Information for the Elderly

Nursing Homes: What critical information should I know?

Personal Safety for Grandma and Grandpa

Prescription Medication: You have to get it right

Psychiatric Medications

Retirement Plan: The Basics

Social Security: Can I get it now?

Senior Housing Options

St. Louis Senior Resources:

Community Agencies and Resources: St. Louis, Missouri 2013

Community Agencies and Resources: St. Louis, Missouri 2011 and 2012 

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Senior Care:

Senior care information available at this website  includes a huge variety of senior resources, websites, senior articles, news feeds, and the names and contact information of most of the more well known senior services providers in the metropolitan St. Louis, Missouri area as well as throughout the United States.

Senior Care Providers:

Senior care providers include a comprehensive listing of nursing homes and other senior housing options, senior centers, Alzheimer's assistance, home health care providers, mental health clinicians, transportation services, meals on wheels, estate and tax assistance and information for the elderly provided by local, state and federal  governmental agencies.

Geriatric Psychologists in St. Louis Missouri:

Psychologists in St. Louis - Help Wanted

Senior News: Updated May 18, 2015

Senior In-Home Healthcare Goes Remote

The Four Essential Components to an Effective Senior Fitness Program

Home Care Training Increases Effectiveness of Caregivers

Senior Fitness and Wellness (Updated 5/18/15):

Staying Younger Through Lifelong Learning

Smoking Your Way to Premature Aging and Death

High blood pressure diagnosis: The safe and effective way!  

 

 

Retirement, Finance and Legal (Updated 5/18/15):

Medigap Insurance  Medicare Supplement Plans 

Using the Durable Power of Attorney

Paying for Home Health Care: What do Medicare and Medigap Cover?

Senior Health & Medical (Updated 5/18/15):

Breast Cancer Survival is Possible, It's Up to You 

What is Neuralgia?

Do You Know What to do About Arthritis Page #2 

Memory and the Brain: (Updated 5/18/15)

Alzheimer's Disease and Brain Function-3 Things You Should Know

Long- term Care and Dementia

Recovering from stroke: What can you do?

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Late Breaking Physical, Mental Health and Aging Related News You can Use:

Healthy Aging You Can Use:

Feast-and-Famine Diet Could Help Extend Life, Study Suggests     Think of it as interval training for the dinner table. Fasting has been shown in mice to extend lifespan and to improve age-related diseases. But fasting every day, which could entail skipping meals…(Feb 27, 2015, ScienceDaily)

New Weapon in the Fight Against Cancer Could Be in Your Body Already      A tool for keeping the most common forms of cancer at bay could be in your gut, a new study concludes. For the study, the research team tested thousands of chemicals found in the body with the help ...(Feb 18,2015, ScienceDaily)

Does Illness Make People Lonely?    Difficult circumstances often bring people closer together. But a new study published has found that the onset of chronic illness often results in sufferers feeling lonelier -- even for those who ..(Feb 11, 2015, ScienceDaily).

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