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Welcome To The Senior Site

16 January 2013

Our company is based on the belief that our customers’ needs are of the utmost importance.  We consistently demonstrate and deliver passion-driven excellence. The mission of The Senior Site, Inc. is to educate and inform caregivers, professionals and the general public by bringing to them the knowledge of resources and information on ‘all things SENIOR’ through [...]

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Dementia Training

16 January 2013

Dementia Training The Senior Site fully embraces the Naomi Feil Validation Method , www.vfvalidation.org,  a communication method used to ‘help disoriented old-old’ people.  We have conducted many lectures and public speaking engagements on dementia.  We also provide caregiver training to communities and home care companies alike.  It is a two-hour training course which reviews the principles of [...]

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SCAMS AGAINST SENIORS

14 January 2013

SOUTH ELGIN — Police are warning residents about a couple who entered a home in the village Thursday and accessed the homeowner’s computer by telling the resident they were FBI agents investigating child porn. The pair — a man and a woman — went to the home, displayed some sort of identification and told the [...]

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

11 January 2013

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What Our Clients Are Saying

11 January 2013

“Jo, I always enjoy working with you. You are exceptionally great at helping adult caregivers make decisions and follow though, on decisions involving their parents care. They are successful at getting their parents to accept the help because you are not afraid to be perfectly honest and tell them things they may not want to hear. They listen to you because of your expertise and they know [...]

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INNOVATIONS

10 January 2013

The Senior Site, as always – living up to it’s ‘tagline’ SOLUTIONS FOR SENIOR LIVING, is now an exclusive distributor for temporary tattoos.  These innovative tattoos can be customized with pertinent information such as, name, address, contact phone number, senior living community and so on.  The customization is endless and adds another measure of safety [...]

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  • Top News of the Week: Kisco’s $160M Pipeline, Rebranding for Boomers April 18, 2014
    In case you missed it… here are the top five headlines grabbing SHN readers’ attention this week. Kisco Senior Living Targets Mixed-Use Communities for $160M Pipeline—Recent development by Kisco may be some indication, but the owner-operator-developer has about $160 million worth of development still on the way. Much of the development will target mixed-use, […]
    Elizabeth Ecker
  • Florida CCRC Survives Bankruptcy Scare, Restructures Debt April 17, 2014
    A Florida continuing care retirement community has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy after successfully restructuring about $62 million of debt.  The Jacksonville-area CCRC, sponsored by not-for-profit organization Life Care St. Johns d/b/a Glenmoor, entered a formal restructuring process in early July 2013, with its plan receiving near-unanimous approval b […]
    Alyssa Gerace
  • Long Term Care Insurance Image Suffers, But More in Need Than Ever April 17, 2014
    The long-term care insurance business has experienced ups and downs of late—and it’s still in a state of flux, writes columnist Elizabeth O’Brien in her Retire Well column on MarketWatch.  But, given that the vast majority of Americans don’t have long term care insurance and many have saved on average, less than $25,000 for their… Read More » […]
    Elizabeth Ecker