Monthly Archives: May 2010

Non-adherence to medications increases seniors’ risk for falls: study – McKnight’s Long Term Care News

As our moms have always said, “Don’t forget to take your medicine!”

Non-adherence to medications increases seniors’ risk for falls: study – McKnight’s Long Term Care News.

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Why I Did It! – Shelly White (Chattanooga, TN)

“I feel great relief from my decision to buy long term care insurance. Gail was fun and serious at the same time. This has taken a burden off my shoulders.”
Shelly White, OT-R

Newspaper letters shed light on people’s opinions about long-term care during the Depression – McKnight’s Long Term Care News

Newspaper letters shed light on people’s opinions about long-term care during the Depression – McKnight’s Long Term Care News.

Medical News: Dementia Risk Higher in Spouses of Dementia Patients – in Neurology, Dementia from MedPage Today

Medical News: Dementia Risk Higher in Spouses of Dementia Patients – in Neurology, Dementia from MedPage Today.

Why I Did It! – Carla York (Ringgold, GA)

“I wanted long term care so my daughter would not struggle if I needed extra care.”

Senior Olympics Opening!

Michelle Turner, of Alexian Brothers, recognizes Lindsey & Associates for sponsorship of the 2010 Chattanooga Senior Olympics.

Senior athletes stop by the Lindsey & Associates information booth just before the Opening Ceremony.

We are so proud and honored to be a sponsor of the 2010 Senior Olympics!

As we were setting up our information booth for the opening ceremonies, I paused as a group of senior athletes gathered around, pushing the wheelchair of a fellow athlete proudly holding the olympic torch. It was a heartening reminder of the olympic spirit that can live in us all, young and old alike.

Gail and I were pleased to share information on long term care planning with these inspiring seniors. They showed appreciation for the possibility of pursuing their athletic potential with the confidence – knowing they will be able to maintain their lifestyle and independence, regardless of their future health.

Hats off to you!

-Jason L. Hillner, CLTC