AARP Research Report: Caregiving in 2020

As we continue to navigate through COVID-19, we’re reminded of how important family and friends are in times of need. Have you thought about who will care for you as you age? Chances are, you’ll need some kind of care as you age, and if you think your family or other loved ones can deliver that …

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5 Ways the Coronavirus May Impact Long-Term Care Insurance

This blog post has been adapted from an article published by JDSupra, June 23, 2020 In Wisconsin, we are soon to reach 25,000 positive COVID-19 test results, over 3,200 hospitalizations, and close to 750 deaths attributed to COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. It is being recognized that the coronavirus pandemic has had a …

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Estate Planning Tips for Seniors

What is an estate plan? An estate plan is a plan that you create to specify what happens to your property and other assets after your death. Having an estate plan ensures that your loved ones will know how you want your affairs handled, which can eliminate confusion and prevent family disagreements. Without an estate …

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The Importance of Your Immune System

Your immune system is like the wizard behind the curtain. It works to protect you from illnesses and diseases at all hours of the day and night. When you do fall sick, your immune system fights restlessly to help you recover from the virus or cold that’s gotten the best of you. A properly functioning …

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A New Case for Fellowship Freedom Plans

This blog has been adapted from a blog post published by MyLifeSite.net, By Brad Breeding| May 18th, 2020 I often mention the AARP statistic that roughly 85 percent of people age 65 and older say they want to remain in their current home as they grow older. There are several reasons commonly cited for wanting to “age …

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Running Essential Errands

Grocery Shopping, Take-Out, Banking and Doctor Visits As communities across the United States take steps to slow the spread of COVID-19 by limiting close contact, people are facing new challenges and questions about how to meet basic household needs, such as buying groceries and medicine, and completing banking activities. The following information provides advice about …

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Coronavirus Covid-19 Updates

Here at Fellowship Senior Living, the health and safety of residents, Freedom Plan members, staff, and families are our top priority. With the recent outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have started implementing serious measures as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Management (CDC) and State and Local health officials to keep our community …

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4 Ways for Older Adults to Stay Active at Home

Non-stop chores around the house, social distancing and even your favorite TV show can keep you from being active. While staying inside curled up the couch has its moments, you need exercise. In fact, your body and mind crave it. And if you’re already used to a very exercise-driven lifestyle, not being able to maintain …

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Age Successfully and Gracefully in Your Home

What do a 92-year-old retired school teacher in Union County, a 74-year-old retired Bell Labs mathematician and his wife of 40 years from Morris County, and an 81-year-old recreational pilot from Hunterdon County all have in common?  They are all part of a growing culture change amongst seniors in America to “age in place” – not in a Continuing Care Retirement Community or Assisted Living facility but rather, in their own home.

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