Top 5 News Stories This Week in Senior Care

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This Week's Senior Care News...

July 29th, 2016

New AARP National President

Retired Lansing lawyer, Eric Schneidewind, has been named the new National President of AARP.  Mr. Schneidewind won't receive a dime for his new position, but remains enthusiastic stating "This is going to be a fabulous job!" More...

Grant Awarded to Clemson Scientist 

Over in Clemson, South Carolina, scientist Jeffrey Anker and his colleagues have been awarded at $1.57 million grant.  Anker is working to develop a novel imaging technique and dye-based sensor to help detect bacterial infections associated with implanted medical devices. More...

Senior Care Facilities Anticipate Rapid Growth

Market research expects that by 2021, there will be more than 789 million seniors in the world. Hospitals and related health and aging businesses can all anticipate an impact due to the accelerated aging population across the world. More...

Alzheimer’s Patients Waiting for Specialized Care

Waiting lists for specific Alzheimer's care facilities are growing and caregivers are forced to find less specialized centers for their loved-ones.  These only cover the basics and as a result, fees are beginning to pile up for those who are desperately awaiting the appropriate care. More...

Tree Cutter Becomes Hero for Senior Citizens  

James Morgan, a tree specialist, was just doing his job when he noticed signs of a fire and smoke coming from the senior care home nearby and immediately takes action to stop the fire. More...

 

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