Phoenix, Ariz., August 13, 2018 – For Arizonans wishing to age in place in their home or move to a retirement community, this easy-to-read book by senior living professional Jennifer Awinda provides the resources needed to navigate senior living and healthcare options in Arizona. “Navigating Arizona’s Senior Care Industry” is a 25-page book printed in large, bold font for the visually impaired.
A must have for seniors in the state of Arizona, in less than 25 pages, and in bold print, Navigating Arizona's Senior Care Industry has answers to frequently asked questions regarding the moving parts of long term care such as In-Home Care, Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory/Dementia Care, Home Health, Referral Specialists, Palliative Care, Hospice, Medicaid, Advanced Directives, Geriatric Care Managers and other advocates, Respite Care, Funding long-term care, Social Service Resources, etc.
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Watch Empress Ivory read a page of A B C on this YouTube video
Memory and the Hippocampus
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