Fire safety and the older adult


It’s a sad, but true, statistic that older adults are more likely to die in a home fire than the general population. According to the U.S Fire Administration, adults 65 and older are 2.5 times more likely to die in a fire, and that number increases to 4.5 times more likely when they reach age 85. Although older adults represented 13 percent of our population, they suffered 36 percent of all fire deaths in 2011.

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Finding the right care facility for your loved one


There really is no place like home. But the time may come when you need the assistance of a nursing home for your loved one. Whether you are looking for short-term rehabilitation or long-term care, choosing a nursing home or care facility can be a difficult and emotional task.

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Insurance TLC for your historic home


You may find an older home appealing because of its size, grandeur and location. But before you leap into the refurbishing trend, look at how older homes can present challenges that could increase your insurance costs. After World War II, tract homes became the norm as the construction industry standardized materials and techniques. As a result, features found in homes constructed before 1945 became “custom.”

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