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June is National Safety Month!

This month, SeniorBridge is observing National Safety Month, a time to focus on staying safe in our homes and communities. Keeping older loved ones safe at home is a major focus of National Safety Month. A safe home environment is critical for older adults, especially those who live alone. 
Thursday, June 15, 2017/Author: SeniorBridge/Number of views (204)/Comments (0)/
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Happy National Nurses Week!

From May 6th-12th, we are celebrating National Nurses Week by recognizing the compassion and dedication of nurses around the country. We thank all of our SeniorBridge nurses for their partnership with us in helping clients remain independent and safe at home.
Friday, May 12, 2017/Author: Kamaara Lucas/Number of views (612)/Comments (0)/
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33rd Annual Aging Life Care Association National Conference

SeniorBridge and Humana At Home had the honor of attending the 2017 ALCA National Conference as the Pearl Sponsor from May 3-6. Our clinicians and professionals had a great time learning about the latest research, trends and insights on aging, as well as connecting with leaders in the space both nationally and in the communities we serve. 

Tuesday, May 9, 2017/Author: SeniorBridge/Number of views (670)/Comments (0)/
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February is American Heart Month!

Did you know that 1 in 3 adults have at least one cardiovascular condition? Throughout the month of February, SeniorBridge celebrates heart health awareness. Our heart health tips can help you take better care of your cardiovascular system and recognize signs of heart disease. 

Wednesday, February 22, 2017/Author: SeniorBridge/Number of views (1626)/Comments (0)/
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Six Signs to Look for When Evaluating Wellness in the New Year

The New Year is a great time to assess the health of senior family members for changes that may signal a need for additional support. Our "New Year Checklist" can help you identify areas that, if addressed, may avert serious issues in the future.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017/Author: Kamaara Lucas/Number of views (2014)/Comments (0)/
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