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#16.2 What Seniors Say About Meals & Eating

The result of a Home Instead Senior Care study show that one in five seniors say that he or she sometimes or most of the time feels lonely when eating by themselves. They say their biggest meal time challenge is the lack of companionship. This lack of socialization at meal time is resulting in some 44% of seniors who live alone showing at least four warning signs of poor nutritional health. Watch the entire “Mealtime, Food & Nutrition” series on CaregiverStress.com: www.caregiverstress.com

#16.5 Important Considerations for Seniors

Mary Alexander of Home Instead Senior Care® and Amy Cohn, a registered dietician with General Mills Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition, discuss the vitamin, mineral, and other nutritional needs that are important to seniors. Watch the entire “Mealtime, Food & Nutrition” series on CaregiverStress.com: www.caregiverstress.com

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#7.2 Pulling Together a Financial & Estate Management Team

In this video “Pulling Together a Financial & Estate Management Team,” certified senior advisor Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care discusses helping your parents plan ahead in manage their estate and financial affairs. Making sure their investments are protected, insurance is all in order and taxes are being paid will save them, and you, future headaches. Watch this video and the entire “Helping Seniors with Finances” video series on caregiverstress.com: www.caregiverstress.com
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www.mickelsonlife.com International Interests and Life Settlement Investing David Mickelson, Im from Mickelson Capital Consulting and todays topic is going to be international interest in life settlement investing. Our firm is just back from a trip to London, where we met with a couple hundred interested parties talking about life settlements. These here were investors and service providers all over the continent. What we want to report is that there was great new and renewed interest in Life settlement investing. The interesting part about that was that there were new banks, mutual funds, pensions, and many alternative investment groups putting together anything from hedge funds to synthetics interested in reentering the space, especially in the United States to buy policies on seniors. The good part about that is while many people have yet to pull the trigger on investing money, there are billions of dollars on the sidelines, indicated by the investors preparing their plans to reenter the United States market. That should boat well for sellers in the United States over the next two quarters, which are the last two quarters of 2009. We want to report to you that while it is not yet the case of prices being moderated, we feel that it is a strong possibility that the rates that sellers will get when selling into this renewed interest in life settlements will start improving. So it will be a firm enough market for the sellers of life insurance policies. The interesting
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Pacers Mascot Breaks Backboard on Halftime Dunk

The Indiana Pacers’ mascot delights a high school crowd, but school officials probably aren’t pleased Pacers mascot breaks backboard on halftime dunk, forces prep game to new gym Watch Boomer, The Pacers’ Panther, break the backboard at the New Palestine vs. Triton Central basketball game. With the Indiana Pacers on a West coast swing, team officials thought it would be a good idea to get team mascot Boomer out on the road for some good old fashioned halftime exercise. The furry yellow and blue creature made a stop at New Palestine (Ind.) High on Friday night, where he planned to complete his usual halftime dunkathon, in which he takes off on a trampoline and throws down an acrobatic slam. He did … and he made sure that the game would have to be completed at a new gym in the process. As first reported by the Greenfield Reporter and WISH-TV (and brought to Prep Rally’s attention by Larry Brown Sports), Boomer’s first dunk at halftime of the boys basketball game between New Palestine and Triton (Ind.) Central High completely shattered the backboard. Boomer brought down the rim, the backboard and, appropriately, the house in the process. While the dunk may have further cemented Boomer’s place in the high school fans’ heart, the sudden lack of a second workable basket caused some significant problems for New Palestine officials. Unlike NBA arenas, where a spare backboard is pretty much always around just in case a rim gets ripped off, high schools facilities aren’t usually
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The Texas seniors will play their last game in DKR Texas Memorial Stadium Saturday against BCS #13 ranked Kansas State.
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Comox Valley Seniors Village – Seniors Care Facility

www.comoxvalleyseniorsvillage.com Visit Comox Valley Seniors Village – Luxury independent & assisted living in Comox, British Columbia. Get an inside look at Comox Valley Seniors Village, Comox’s luxurious retirement care facility. Services include independent senior living, assisted living and residential nursing care. Learn more about Retirement Concepts and their other senior care facilites at www.RetirementConcepts.com.
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Joe Goes DELETED 4

Deleted scenes from Edwardian Ball, Boats, Seniors, Soccer, Teen Party, Horses, ParaCon, Occupy LA, Fit Expo, Steampunk, Halloween, Green and AdultCon. Watch full episodes of Joe Goes here: www.youtube.com New videos every Wednesday. (Deleted scenes come out randomly now.) Follow Joe on Twitter: Twitter.com Like Joe on Facebook: Facebook.com Thanks to Matt Friedman – www.youtube.com This Wednesday: Joe Goes To CHICAGO BadgeofShameComedy.com
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Hello BC, beautiful as you are, there are big, I mean really BIG problems. Crime is often overlooked but whether it’s drugs, gangs, B&E’s, assaults, robberies, we have serious issues. Four days after Xmas 2011 – 4 murders. And let’s all not forget the ‘Highway of Tears’ between Prince George and Prince Rupert where up to 43 girls and women have been murdered or have disappeared. Nov 24, 2011 — With nearly 140000 kids growing up in poverty in BC, the province has among the worst child poverty. The proportion of BC children living in poverty has risen, marking the eighth straight year that the province has claimed the highest after-tax rate in the country. Property prices – The quarterly report says detached bungalows in Vancouver were especially expensive, with the cost of mortgages payments, utilities and property taxes equivalent to 92.5 per cent of a typical household’s monthly income.That’s up 10.4 percentage points from the previous quarter. BC has natural beauty but if you travel you can find many places also full of natural beauty, it takes more than that to make a place – the best place on Earth, and in quality of life for hundreds of thousands of our population we fall short.

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