Rare Insurance Coverage for Senior Dental Care

November 14, 2016

dental insurance Regular visits to the dentist, along with daily tooth brushing and water fluoridation, have all contributed to improvements in oral health. In the first half of the 20th century, by the time people reached their 30s or 40s many had already lost all their teeth, Helgeson said. [Read More...]

Senior Driving – Functionality Over Age

October 10, 2016

Smiling senior couple enjoying a car ride Senior Driving: Treating health problems to improve function can help older adults drive safely. Age alone shouldn’t be a reason to quit driving… Instead, the focus should be directed towards the individual’s functionality. To increase the awareness of safer senior driving options that exist, AARP Driver Safety offers a variety of programs to educate older drivers. [Read More...]

Prescription Drug Addiction in Seniors

October 4, 2016

When one thinks of drug addiction, it is unlikely that the first thing coming to mind is the elderly. The assumption is that one may think of illegal drug use and the disease of a young person. Truthfully, there is a growing epidemic of addiction to prescription drugs among the senior population. [Read More...]