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Pati Rader
Senior Spirit Newsletter
July, 2014      
Medical News
Medical News
Exercise Best Cure for Hip Fracture Recovery
Exercising sounds like it would be the last thing you would want to do after surgery for a hip fracture, but research shows itís the best path to recovery. Doctors also recommend surgery as quickly as possible after a hip fracture, which is often debilitating, if not deadly, for seniors. Click here to view article. 
Your Money
Lifestyle Trends
Donít Make a Move Without Getting Help
Moving can be difficult for anyone, but for seniors it can be extra stressful, especially if youíre leaving your long-time home. Move managers can ease the process by helping you coordinate packing, sorting through your belongings, find a moving company and more. However, if you decide to organize your move yourself, make sure you hire a reputable moving company. Click here to view article.
Lifestyle Trends
Lifestyle Trends
Facing Old Age with Cosmetic Surgery
Older adults are increasingly opting for facelifts and other forms of cosmetic surgery as a way to combat signs of aging. Many seniors say they want to feel good about themselves again, although others say weíre denying the facts of aging. What are the most common procedures? Click here to view article.
Senior Spotlight
Senior Spotlight
More than a Century of Memories
Goldie Small remembers seeing her first airplane, attending a one-room school, operating a tractor and picking potatoes on her familyís farm. Now 106, she managed to stay independent until age 102. She credits her good genes, as well as staying away from smoking and drinking. Click here to view article.
Coffee Break
Coffee Break
Watch for Signs of Malnutrition
More than 15 percent of the elderly population in this country face the threat of hunger. The causes include limited income, depression and dietary restrictions, such as low cholesterol regimens. You can take steps to ensure that your loved one is getting enough food, including observing their eating habits and being aware of medications that can decrease appetite. Click here to read more.
CSA Blog
CSA Blog
The Booming Dynamics of Aging: Meeting the Challenge of the Emerging Senior Majority
The U.S. population is aging rapidly, led by baby boomers who will hit fifty this year. By 2056, for the first time in history, the United Statesí population sixty-five and older will outnumber those eighteen and under. The ramifications will be significant. Click here to read more.
Famous & 65
Famous and 65
Famous and 65
View the celebrities turning 65 this month.
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  Certified Senior Advisors (CSAs) are professionals who come from a multitude of industries including  senior care, estate planning, transition services, insurance and real estate, as well as other professions that  work with older adults. CSAs are valuable sources of knowledge about the health, social, legal and  financial  aspects of aging and know where to find the necessary resources needed for older adults and their families. Located around the U.S., CSAs can be found by using the CSA Locator at http://www.csa.us/freeresources/csa-locator/.

Patri Rader, CSA
Certified Senior Advisor
Emaial: pati@patirader.com



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