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Welcome to the Seniors Blue Book local page for the Greater Pittsburgh Area.  My name is  Apryl  Garrett, your local Publisher and Partner at the Seniors Blue Book. Please let me know how we can  help you!  Whether you're a caregiver seeking support, a senior looking for helpful information, local activities and events, or a professional dedicated to serving our senior community, we are here to be your guide.  Aging can bring its own set of challenges, we aim to be a beacon of support, offering a helping hand through the maze of available resources.  Our team is committed to providing you with the information and support you need as you navigate the journey of aging - don't hesitate to reach out to us.  We are here to help and we love hearing from you!

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The Tamburitzans Present: World Music & Dance

We will be having a 1-hour concert at 4 pm and there willalso be food trucks and the Tamburitzans performance band before starting at2:30 pm. There are senior discounts and student discounts. Here are the prices: Regular ticket (adults): $25 Seniors: $20 Students: $10 Staff: $10

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Rita's Home Care Agency

Non-Medical 604 Bruton Drive, Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, 15044

KNOW YOUR LOVED ONE IS RECEIVING AROUND-THE-CLOCK CARERELY ON US FOR HOME CARE SERVICES   Rita's Home Care Agency is owned and operated by a registered nurse dedicated to helping seniors remain safe and independent in their homes and in their communities. We are known for providing services with compassion, loyalty and integrity. We provide non-medical, in-home care to seniors, disabled adults, those recovering from surgery, illness, or injury, or anyone who needs help with the activities of daily living--those routine things we do every day to care for ourselves and others.  Our trustworthy care professionals provide personal care and homemaking services in your home whenever needed--around the clock, for just a few hours, weekends and holidays. What sets us apart is that:We provide in-home hair and nail services to our patients and we follow them if needed to their retirement communities.  We work with each client based on their budget to meet their needs. We also collaborate with other senior care organizations where we refer our clients for more services. Because we are guests in your home, your comfort and trust are paramount to us. Our caregivers are bonded, insured, and subjected to a rigorous screening processes, including background and reference checks and verification of credentials.  Ongoing supervisory visits by management help ensure that our care continued to meet your expectations. We offer compassionate memory loss home care. Dealing with dementia can be incredibly disorienting. That's why we do our best to provide stability, reassurance and guidance to those in our care. There's a lot we can do to make life easier for dementia patients.We can help with:Medication remindersGrooming and bathingToilet careTurning and transferDressingSkin careFeedingLight HousekeepingMeal preparationEscort to appointmentsRespite Care Personal Care CompanionshipWe also provide a wide variety of other services such as:Consulting on nutritionPet groomingSetting up medical alert alarm systemsUsing aromatherapy

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Grane Hospice Care

Hospice 260 Alpha Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15238

About Grane Hospice CareA wise person once said that life is a journey, not a destination. This adage holds true, even if you are living with a terminal illness. At Grane Hospice Care, we are with you every step of the way and will help ensure that the last stages of your life are as fulfilling, enjoyable, and comfortable as possible.What Is Grane Hospice Care?Grane Hospice Care is a leading provider of premium comfort care services aimed at helping you manage pain, stay comfortable, and improve your overall well-being during the last stages of life if you are living with a terminal illness.Our professional care team include physicians, nurses, social workers, certified nursing assistants and others who function as part of a large interdisciplinary team. We are devoted to supporting your emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual health, and to helping you, your loved ones, and your caregivers navigate your illness and final days.Grane Hospice Care has been serving Pennsylvanians since 2005. We have several locations throughout Pennsylvania and are licensed to provide care services for in-state residents within a 60-mile radius of our office locations.Services Available from Grane Hospice CareAll our services at Grane Hospice Care can be tailored for you based on your unique health situation and on your personal goals and desires. We want you to feel comfortable and happy under our care and will do what it takes to make sure you have everything you need.Some of our services include:       24/7 on-call hospice support       Symptom management, to reduce symptoms including nausea, anxiety, and breathing difficulty       Pain management       Medication management and coordination       Nursing Aide visits to help with daily activities, including bathing, dressing, and eating.       Registered Nurse visits       Medical equipment and supplies services, for help with setting up equipment, including hospital beds and oxygen tanks.       Volunteer visits for companionship and help with running errands       Bereavement program for your friends, relatives, and loved ones       Inpatient respite care, general inpatient care, and continuous care programs       Social and spiritual services       We Honor Veterans program.What Are the Benefits of Hospice Care?Hospice care provides you with wholesome, personalized health care and support in the comfort of your home, surrounded by your loved ones as you cope with a life-limiting, terminal illness. This is one of the greatest benefits of hospice care, especially for those who want to avoid spending their last days in sterile and unfamiliar hospital settings.There are a countless number of benefits to receiving hospice care. Some of these benefits include:       Feeling more in control of your health       Reduction in symptoms, including pain       More quality time with friends and loved ones       Comprehensive health care from an interdisciplinary team of hospice care professionals       Around-the-clock medical care, including on weekends and holidays       Help with daily activities you may not be able to perform efficiently on your own       Financial savings       A sense of dignity during your last days       Respect for your wishes       Counseling and bereavement for your loved onesWho Is Eligible to Receive Hospice Care?Your healthcare provider may recommend hospice care if you are living with a terminal illness and its prognosis is a life expectancy of six months or less, given the illness runs its natural course.  Anyone can make a referral to hospice carewhich can include referring yourself to care or having a loved one reach out for a hospice care consultation.Illnesses that may be eligible for hospice care include:       Cancer       Stroke       Congestive heart failure       Dementia and Alzheimers disease       AIDS       Liver disease       Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)       End-of-stage renal disease       Parkinsons disease       Huntingtons disease       Multiple sclerosisConsult with us to determine whether you qualify for end-of-life care with Grane Hospice based on your condition.Tips for Finding the Best Hospice Care ProviderA great, quality hospice care provider will respect your end-of-life wishes and deliver unparalleled medical care that involves an interdisciplinary team of experienced physicians and hospice care professionals. The medical professionals with whom you interact should make you feel comfortable, relaxed, and content while navigating a life-limiting terminal illness.Follow these tips to select a quality hospice care provider:       Ask friends and relatives for referrals to local hospice care providers.       Seek professional opinions from your current healthcare provider.       Browse and read online reviews of hospice care providers written by the loved ones of former patients.       Choose a Medicare-certified provider that will uphold certain requirements related to patient care and management. All Grane Hospice Care offices are Medicare-certified.       Make sure it offers highly individualized care plans.       Confirm it offers all the services and programs you want or that are required for your condition.       Learn how often you will receive visits from hospice care workers.       Find out whether the providers hospice care services are covered by your insurance plan.       Choose a provider that offers bereavement and counseling services for your loved ones.       Confirm whether the provider will honor and respect your culture, beliefs, traditions, and needs.       Pay attention during interactions with hospice care staff to look for signs of empathy, kindness, compassion, and other traits you value in medical professionals.       Ask the hospice care provider how it can enhance your quality of life while living with a terminal illness.       Find out whether the hospice care provider specializes in treating your specific illness or comorbid conditions, if applicable.Grane Hospice Care is where life is celebrated, and we are devoted to becoming a member of your family during your last days and to providing premium comfort care. Contact us today at 1-800-379-0129 to learn more about our hospice care services.

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MediConnect Insurance

Medicare Insurance 300 Bilmar Dr Ste 200, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15205

Welcome to MediConnect Insurance, Your Only TRUE Independent Medicare Plan Concierge Service. Helping to Bridge the Healthcare Gap.- Fully licensed agents representing all of the major carriers- Local office in Pittsburgh- Unbiased Medicare coverage advice- No cost or obligation- All representative compensation is direct from carrier- All from the comfort of your home.As your trusted partner in healthcare, we take pride in bridging the healthcare gap and ensuring you receive unbiased, expert advice tailored to your needs. In this blog article, we'll explore why MediConnect Insurance stands out as your only true independent Medicare plan concierge service, with licensed agents, local offices, and a commitment to providing unbiased guidanceall at no cost to you.MediConnect Insurance Your Medicare Plan Concierge At MediConnect Insurance, we understand the complexity of navigating Medicare, and that's why we're here to simplify the process for you. Our fully licensed agents are dedicated to representing all major carriers, offering you a comprehensive view of available options.Local Offices for Personalized Service With local offices in Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, and Philadelphia, we bring personalized service to your doorstep. Our proximity ensures that you can access expert advice and support whenever you need it. Whether you have questions about coverage options, enrollment, or claims, our local offices are here to assist you.Unbiased Medicare Coverage Advice At MediConnect Insurance, we pride ourselves on providing unbiased advice. Our goal is to empower you with the knowledge to make informed decisions about your Medicare coverage. Our licensed agents are not tied to any specific carrier, allowing us to offer recommendations solely based on your needs and preferences.No Cost or Obligation Your Peace of Mind Matters We understand that navigating healthcare options can be overwhelming, and financial concerns should never be a barrier to accessing expert guidance. With MediConnect Insurance, there is no cost or obligation for our services. Our commitment is to ensure your peace of mind as you explore and choose the right Medicare plan for you.Direct Compensation from Carriers Transparent and straightforward, our representative compensation comes directly from the carriers. This means you can trust that our recommendations are driven solely by your best interests. Our focus is on providing you with the information you need to make decisions that align with your healthcare goals.Convenience from the Comfort of Your Home In today's fast-paced world, convenience is key. With MediConnect Insurance, you can access our services from the comfort of your home. Our virtual consultations and online resources make it easy for you to get the information you need without leaving your living room. As you embark on your Medicare journey, trust MediConnect Insurance to be your reliable partner. With licensed agents representing all major carriers, local offices for personalized service, unbiased advice, no cost or obligation, direct compensation from carriers, and the convenience of accessing our services from home, we are committed to making your Medicare experience seamless and stress-free. Contact us today and let us guide you toward the optimal Medicare coverage tailored to your unique needs. OR... Join us at of one our local FREE seminars throughout Western and Central Pennsylvania! Whether retirement is on the horizon or a few years away, our must-attend educational events are your key to understanding Medicare complexities.We can help you plan your future with confidence. Click Here to view upcoming Dates & Times in your area:

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Western PA Eldercare Council

Senior Information Services & Websites , Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 00000

TheWesternPennsylvania Care Eldercare Councillists companies and individual providers on this website who help families deal with the crisis and burden of long term care. One purpose of this group is to educate the public on the need for care planning before a crisis occurs. A second purpose is to provide, in one place, all of the available government and private services for eldercare. Finally, our ultimate mission is to offer a trusted listing servicethat the public will recognize and turn to for expert help in dealing with the challenges of long term care.The council is a single listing source of community care providers and advisers who help the public deal with current elder care needs. State councils provide a platform for local groups of providers and advisors to offer the following services:Educate the public on how to plan for long term careProvide a local source of 15 to 20 different eldercare services through one single state contactPromote a trusted organization offering reliable services

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What is Medicare?

What is Medicare?Medicare is a federal health insurance program that gives you access to specific coverage and benefits. Medicare is different from health insurance you may have had before. It offers you a variety of coverage options and it has key enrollment dates and guidelines you need to follow. Were here to help you make sense of it all. How is Medicare Different From Other Health Insurance?You may be surprised at the differences between Medicare and other types of health insurance. If youve had health coverage through your employer, your plan likely included medical and prescription drug coverage, along with other benefits. It also may have covered both you and your spouse.Medicare only covers one person at a time. This means you and your spouse must enroll separately. In addition, Medicare gives you options that can make it possible to receive your benefits in a variety of different ways.You can:       Choose hospital and medical coverage delivered through the federal government.       Add prescription drug coverage delivered through a private company.       Purchase a supplemental insurance policy from a private insurer that can help cover some of the costs.       Choose coverage from a private insurer that combines hospital, medical and often prescription drug coverage into one plan.In short, with Medicare you can choose coverage that fits your needs, budget and lifestyle. We can help you take full advantage of that freedom. Who is Eligible for Medicare?      - Age 65+      - Under age 65 with certain disabilities      - Have End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) When and How Do I Apply?If youre like most people, youll enroll in Medicare around the time you turn 65. Your Initial Enrollment Period begins three months before your 65th birthday, includes the month you turn 65 and ends three months after that birthday.Keep in mind that if you dont get Medicare during this Initial Enrollment Period, you may have to pay Medicare Part B or Part D late enrollment penalties. Plus, you could be missing out on coverage and benefits that can help protect your health and finances. Thats why its generally a good idea to enroll as soon you can. How you enroll generally depends on if youre getting benefits from Social Security, the Railroad Retirement Board or the Office of Personnel Management.Contact me today at 724-554-7989 for a FREE consultation.  

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The Broken Healthcare System

The Plight Of Nursing HomesA few weeks ago, an article about a financial crisis in the Nursing Home Industry ran in the Post Gazette. Recently, I discussed this crisis on my radio show.  The article exposed a serious financial shortfall in dollars from the state subsidies for Nursing Home Medicaid patients. Nursing Home owners and administrators were interviewed about the financial difficulties they are facing due to the costs of care being greater than the states contributions. Some owners were concerned about being forced to shut down. Legislators responded by putting provisions in the budget to increase the state contribution for Medicaid patients. While the provisions may help to alleviate the financial loss, the system remains fragile if not broken. Currently, around 65% of nursing home residents in Pennsylvania are on Medicaid, because Medicare doesnt pay for custodial long-term care in a nursing home. Given the statistics that one in three seniors is going to die with dementia, it means they will likely need care that is provided in a nursing home. The average cost of a skilled nursing facility in Pennsylvania is almost $15,000 a month. Long-term care in a skilled nursing facility is probably the single biggest medical expense that seniors will have, and a significant percentage of the population cannot afford that.Paying For Long Term CareThere are four different ways to pay for skilled care. One way is to pay privately. Second, if it is only a short-term stay for a few weeks, Medicare may pay. The third option is using long-term care insurance, which is costly. The fourth option is to go broke in order to become eligible for Medicaid to pay for care. With so many nursing home residents being on Medicaid, the financial crisis facing nursing homes is understandable. Medicare Only Pays For Acute CareIt hardly seems fair that a senior who has a heart attack and receives open heart surgery to save him will be provided with Medicare benefits. Medicare pays for this acute care including surgery and hospitalization for the heart attack patient. He may go on to live another 20 years at home, and he wont need to pay for his care. However, if a senior has a severe stroke, he still goes to the hospital and is taken care of, but he will need long-term care in the nursing home for the rest of his life. The stroke patients care in the hospital is also going to cost Medicare $400,000, as it did for the heart attack patient. Unfortunately, Medicare, which seniors rely on for healthcare in their retirement, only pays for 20 days of rehabilitation in a nursing home. Medicare may pay up to 100 days with heavy co-payments, after which the senior has to pay $460 per day, for as long as he lives, or until he runs out of money. Once he runs out of money, Medicaid starts paying for the nursing home.The Cause Of The Financial CrunchThis problem is largely attributable to the Covid crisis, with increased deaths of the elderly and the staff who worked in nursing homes contracting Covid. Costs associated with covid care and protective equipment became costly over time.  Many healthcare workers did not return to the industry after Covid, causing a staffing shortage and overwhelmed facilities.  Caregivers who stayed are seeking higher compensation in light of the change in work conditions. If you consider the wave of baby boomers who are now seniors, many of them are needing long-term care. With 65% of them on Medicaid, it is a crisis that needs to be resolved. If financially struggling nursing homes are forced to close, who will care for the increased aging population that will soon be nursing homebound? Finding adequate facilities might become a challenge. A Big PlusFortunately, this plight has been recognized, and $515 million has been offered to long-term care facilities. This money will go towards alleviating this financial crunch. The nursing homes are receiving $1000 more per month, in reimbursement for each senior who is on Medicaid. This rate is probably not as much as the private paying rate, but it is a significant increase in revenue. This increase will help the nursing homes cover costs and provide care, and allow the nursing homes to hire and train good people to take care of the seniors.UnresolvedThis increase is a great boost for long-term care facilities, but the issue of seniors going broke to be eligible for Medicaid, has not been resolved. Additionally, the amount of money seniors are allowed to keep has not been increased. If a single person, Joe, goes into a nursing home, he is only allowed to keep $8000. If Joe has a house and $200 000 in savings, he has to spend that money down. He would have to write checks every month for $15,000 to the nursing home. Joe needs to do this until he is left with about $8,000, and only then he is eligible for Medicaid to pay for his care. However, all of Joes income must go to the nursing home every month. This means he can only keep $45 per month. Joes allocation of money is not being increased, despite the rising costs for basic provisions. Having only $1.50 per day for his personal needs is not much at all to enjoy retirement. Nobody Wants To Go Broke In A Nursing HomeWhile Joe still owns a house, he would not be able to afford the maintenance costs for the house for very long. Having only $8,000 is not enough to cover these costs. If Joe sells his house it would yield $150,000 cash. Given Joes $8,000 allowance, he cannot keep $150,000 cash, because he risks losing his Medicaid benefits. He would have to spend that money down to once again becomes eligible for Medicaid. He can only keep $8,000. Essentially Joe would lose the house and his savings to long-term care costs, which is a great shame. Joe didnt want to go broke in a nursing home. Sadly, this is an issue many seniors face, and it must be resolved.You Can Protect AssetsFortunately, there are ways to protect assets. The law allows you to take legal steps with trusts and different techniques to protect assets. Long-term care costs are the biggest issue facing middle-class Americans in retirement. Find out more when you come to one of our Estate Planning and Elder Law asset protection workshops. Register for a workshop call 724-564-6615.

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Let's Talk About Moving

Moving can be an emotional experience, especially if you are transitioning to a senior living community. Whether youre leaving your family house on your own terms or have to find a new place to call home due to a health concern, moving as a senior can bring up a flood of feelings from relief to worry.   At WayForth, we understand the emotional toll that moving can take on seniors. Every day we work with seniors and their families like yours. Our team members are committed to providing compassion, respect and care to the process of moving.    We spoke to two people on our team with backgrounds in social work who bring their skills to WayForth. Kara McCallum, VP of Operations and Isabel Wilson, Account Manager were interviewed for their knowledge and experience around the emotions of moving.  Kara has been with WayForth for seven years and holds a bachelor's and master's degree in social work. Her experience includes working in mental health and with clients of all ages, including those with disabilities.  Isabel brings an undergraduate degree in psychology and a Master of Social Work to her position at WayForth. Before joining the team, she worked in hospital case management during the COVID pandemic.   What are common emotions around moving to a new home?  Kara: A move is a critical and stressful situation in someones life and some people may have a thin skin or find themselves at an emotional place that they didnt expect. They can be feeling relief, be frightened, excited or even have some amount of grief leaving a life, people or relationships. This can call come out as anger or sadness and depression.  Isabel: To me, the emotion of moving was eye-opening when I first started at WayForth. In my life, moving always meant a better or bigger place or a choice I was able to make. But for some of our older clients, moving is not always a positive experience. Some people do not want to move. Its complicated and stressful and it might mean that they have to move out of their family home when theyre not emotionally ready.  Kara: Moving is a raw and stressful time. It can bring out the full spectrum of emotions such as frustration and sadness. Things bubble up. People are tired. People may fight or not be on the same page with family members.   Isabel: With our senior clients, there is a high vulnerability with moving. Some people do not want to move; its hard to leave a family home. When you have a lifetime of things and memories, its very difficult to decide what to take with you, especially when you are downsizing.  To learn more about how WayForth can help you transition into a senior living community, read our blog here! 

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This Tax Season, Seniors Can Get Free Assistance

When it comes to filing your 2022 federal tax return for the 2023 tax season, you may be able to access several forms of assistance for free. Filing Online: IRS Free FileIn January 2023, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)s Free File service opened to taxpayers. Through IRS Free File, you can prepare and file your federal individual tax online at no cost to you. The service is made possible by volunteers and enables you to file your taxes from your computer, smartphone, or tablet. The product options available to you may vary based on such factors as your gross income, location, and number of dependents:If you're a taxpayer who made $73,000 or less in 2022, you may qualify for IRS Free File Guided Tax Preparation. This service assists you in preparing as well as filing your federal income tax return through an IRS partner site for free. Taxpayers who made more than $73,000 in 2022 may be interested in taking advantage of the IRS Free File Fillable Forms. These are digital federal tax forms that you can complete, sign, and file online at no costDo I Need to Apply for Free File?You don't need to apply for Free File. Simply visit the IRSs Free File Lookup Tool and answer a series of questions to find out what product(s) you may be eligible to use. Learn more about each service on the IRS website.In-Person Support: Saturday Walk-In HoursFor those who would prefer in-person help, the IRS will now also be offering special Saturday hours to aid taxpayers at locations across the country. There's no need to schedule an appointment for these special hours; you can walk in to speak directly with an IRS employee. When Will Special IRS Saturday Hours Be Held?Special Saturday hours will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in many states as well as Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico on the following dates:Saturday, February 11, 2023Saturday, March 11, 2023Saturday, April 8, 2023Saturday, May 13, 2023Prior to visiting an IRS office offering this service, be sure to double-check the IRS website for details regarding its Saturday hours.These walk-in locations are critical, and funding from the Inflation Reduction Act is allowing us to add more employees across the nation to better assist taxpayers this filing season and beyond, Acting IRS Commissioner Doug OConnell said in an IRS news release. These special Saturday hours will help people get the services they need.Find more information about locations offering special Saturday hours, what to expect during your visit, what documents you will need to bring, and more.Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) ProgramIn addition, the IRS provides free assistance in tax return preparation for seniors, people with disabilities, taxpayers with annual income below $58,000, and taxpayers who aren't fluent in English. It's called the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program. Where Is the VITA Program Available?You can find a VITA office near you on the IRS website; search by your ZIP code. TCE: Free Tax Preparation for SeniorsSeniors can also benefit from the Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) Program, which is also free. If you're a taxpayer aged 60 or older, you can connect throughout tax season with a volunteer who can help you prepare your tax return. Locate an office with this service near you.When Is Tax Season, Exactly?The 2023 tax season officially began January 23, 2023. This is the date on which the IRS begins processing tax returns from the 2022 tax year. Tax season ends each year in mid-April.When Are Tax Returns Due for the 2023 Tax Season?In most cases, you should file your individual income taxes for the 2022 tax year by April 18, 2023. Extensions are available in certain circumstances. If you request an extension, your deadline for filing is October 16, 2023.

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What is Power of Attorney (POA)?

Seniors Blue Book University of Pittsburgh and South Central PA welcomes both Tim Sechler, Founder of Sechler Law Firm LLC and Jeffrey Bellomo, Founder of Bellomo & Associates.Today's question: "What is Power of Attorney (POA)?"To access FREE downloadable guides (Estate Planning Mistakes, Medicaid Planning Checklist, What to Know About Estate Administration) visit and www.bellomoassociates.comHave additional questions?Sechler Law Firm (Cranberry Township) - 724-564-6615

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MediConnect Take 5 on WPXI

MediConnect president Brian Breisinger is featured on WPXI's Take 5, where he explains the importance of reviewing your Medicare coverage during the upcoming Annual Enrollment Period and also discusses how our organization began as well as what makes us the top-rated healthcare advisory firm in Pennsylvania!

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Dementia Uncovered Podcast (by Clear Thoughts Foundation): Episode 3 with guest Apryl Garrett

Dementia Uncovered Podcast hosts chat with Apryl Garrett, Owner & Publisher of Seniors Blue Book Pittsburgh, about the information and services offered in this FREE comprehensive seniors resource guide. Apryl gets personal in sharing her own dementia story, why she is so passionate about her work, and discusses specific categories found within this guide that can be helpful for families navigating a dementia diagnosis.

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The Inside Connection Podcast (ep. 1): What is MediConnect?

MediConnect Insurance is the largest and top-rated independent healthcare advisory firm in Pennsylvania. In this episode, Lance O'Brien and Sean Horn will provide our company's backstory and explain the aim of our video podcast series: Medicare Made Simple

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Caregivers - ComForCare Home Care NW Pittsburgh - FT/PT/Flexible Positions Available!

Our friends at ComForCare Home Care NW Pittsburgh is hiring Caregivers!Live your best life possible by helping others live theirs. Our caregivers are the heart and soul of what we do. At ComForCare, we like to celebrate successes and have fun while building meaningful relationships. Join our team and be a part of a certified Great Place To Work!Full Time, Part Time and Flexible Schedule Available!Click Here for Open Positions: or contact them directly at 724-759-7674.

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