Monday Minute: Veteran’s Day and How We Can Give Back

“To me, Veterans Day is a holy day where I reminisce of the truly great sacrifices, and in some cases the ultimate sacrifice that my brothers and sisters in service were willing to endure so that this country remains the home of the brave and land of the free.” – Section Head, Marine For Life Network…

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Monday Minute: Where it All Began

Here at Premier Senior Consultants, we are celebrating a milestone of serving seniors and their families for 10 years! A whole decade! We could not be happier as we reflect. Many have asked how I started my business and where it all began. It has truly become more than I could have imagined. I began…

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Monday Minute: Caregiver Burnout

In continuation of Mental Health Awareness Month, we wanted to focus on another rampant problem in the senior industry: Caregiver Burnout. According to Cleveland Clinic, Caregiver Burnout is a state of physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion for a person in a primary caregiver position. It can occur when caregivers try to shoulder more than they…

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Monday Minute: Depression in Seniors

Because it is Mental Health Awareness Month, we wanted take a look at one of the branches that often goes unnoticed or unchecked; depression in seniors. There are many factors that can cause depression in seniors to fly under the radar. The passing of their close friends, siblings, or spouses can leave them without the…

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Monday Minute: Your First Parkinson’s Doctors Visit

In continuation of the subject of Parkinson’s for the month of April, today we wanted to discuss the next step after you begin to suspect that you or a loved one has Parkinson’s. It is crucial that you get set up with a doctor as soon as you can to optimize the effectiveness of the…

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Monday Minute: Early Signs of Parkinson’s Disease

In honor of Parkinson’s Awareness Month, we wanted to shed some light on some of the easily missed early indicators of this progressive nervous system disorder. Approximately 60,000 people are diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease per year in the US alone and over 1 million in the country are suffering from it currently. There are many…

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Parkinson’s Awareness Month

Stop!!! Don’t read past this paragraph, Yet ;). How much do you know about Parkinson’s Disease? Take this Quiz to see how much you know. I got 6 out of 10 questions correct! Which to be honest I really guessed on half of those 6 I got correct. Which goes to show how much I…

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Happy New Year!!!

I’ve heard 2020 called an Unprecedented Time, a Crazy Year, a Crazy New Normal, we may have said to ourselves, “Sweet gingerbread, what else can possibly go wrong?” But through it all, we have shown that in difficult circumstances, we can bravely carry on. We are now at the beginning of a new year and…

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Neurologic Conditions and how they Relate to Depression

Neurologic Conditions and how they Relate to Depression When working with conditions that affect the brain it seems highly logical that a major condition like a Stroke, Epilepsy and/or Parkinson’s Disease could also trigger depression. How about vice versa, Could being susceptible to bouts of depression place you at a higher risk of a larger…

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Orange County Commission on Aging

Orange County Commission on Aging Ever wonder if our local government really cares about our senior community? Orange County has found a way to guide seniors on ways to get help, find fulfillment and  give back. The Commission on Aging was established as an advisory board under the Orange County Board of County Commissioners in…

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