Aging Life, LLC

The Care Management Group of New Mexico simplifies the growing complexity of caring for senior loved ones.

Medical care and insurance. Day-to-day financial management. Legal decisions. Aging at home vs. assisted living. Deterioration of physical and mental capabilities. Transitioning out of a hospital or rehab stay. The challenges of caring for your aging loved ones living in New Mexico can be overwhelming whether you’re navigating these issues for the first or third time. You want to honor who they are and enable them to continue to live full lives, yet their health and physical abilities have changed. When roles change—when you become the caregiver to your parents or loved one—emotions escalate, and the enormity of the situation causes great stress for everyone. The Care Management of New Mexico supports you and preserves the dignity, autonomy, and quality of life for you and the senior adults in your life.

today.com

TODAY viewers share their stories of hope during the pandemic

During these challenging times, it can be hard to find some hope to hold on to. Here’s some uplifting and inspiring stories that we all need now.

https://www.today.com/video/today-viewers-share-their-stories-of-hope-during-the-pandemic-86972485743

today.com During these challenging times, TODAY viewers share their stories of hope, including a Florida woman who is knitting a sweater for the grandson she’s expecting in August; a special education teacher inspired by her students; a store assistant manager who tried online dating for the first time, and...

UC San Diego Health

Slow the spread!

Masks are critical to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. It’s crucial we wear masks to protect ourselves and others.

Watch the video to learn the proper way to wear a surgical mask.

We require patients, visitors and staff in our facilities to wear face coverings or masks that cover the nose and mouth.
We have implemented extra safeguards to protect you and our staff. Here are some changes you may notice during your next appointment: go.ucsd.edu/2LwfWs5

It's just too hot to handle right now! Drink your water, stay inside and keep yourself cool!

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CMS: Upcoming Medicare payment rule to include permanent telehealth expansions

https://www.fiercehealthcare.com/practices/cms-upcoming-medicare-payment-rule-to-include-proposals-to-expand-telehealth

Expansion of telehealth makes complete sense and not just because of the pandemic. This is best for some patients and helps lower operating costs for physicians and other healthcare providers. Now this expansion is including care management assessments as well! Call Aging Life today and ask how we can do a virtual assessment for your loved one and assist them with keeping up with their telehealth appointments!

fiercehealthcare.com An upcoming Medicare payment rule will include proposals outlining how the Trump administration plans to permanently expand reimbursement for telehealth services, a CMS official said Thursday.

Allow us to assist you with your loved ones transition from hospital to rehab to home. Call for your free consultation today! Our certified care managers can arrange for a safe and seamless return to home, where they need to be.

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How to Keep Your Heart Healthy During the COVID-19 Pandemic – Penn Medicine

Here are five recommended ways to protect your heart during COVID-19 if you are living with a chronic heart condition. If you or your love one is missing appointments or needing assistance with attending virtual appointments, call us! Our certified care managers can assist you in your appointments.
Don't put your own health on hold!

https://www.pennmedicine.org/updates/blogs/heart-and-vascular-blog/2020/june/keeping-your-heart-healthy-during-covid

pennmedicine.org Learn 5 ways to keep your heart healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic — especially if you have a chronic heart condition.

If you or someone you know is in need of food and supplies, ABQ Department of Senior Affairs will be hosting a FREE drive-thru food distribution.

FOOD DISTRIBUTION THIS SATURDAY, June 27th

NBC News

Latest Coronavirus (COVID-19) White House update

"A risk for you is not just isolated to you," Dr. Fauci says at White House coronavirus task force briefing.

“This is part of a process, that we can be either part of the solution or part of the problem.”

khn.org

Does Everyone Over 60 Need To Take The Same Coronavirus Precautions?

https://khn.org/news/coronavirus-precautions-adults-60-and-older-which-isolation-guidelines-to-follow/

We all want (need) to get out! But before we go jumping out into our favorite restaurants or 4th of July BBQ, everyone needs to know the odds, exercise caution, consider your health, assess risks and while fostering your well being

khn.org Just how careful should older people be? Here’s what geriatricians think is reasonable.

R.S.V.P to this amazing community conversation about life after Covid.

kob.com

Non-essential dental services may resume in New Mexico

Check to see if your dentist will be opening up!
https://www.kob.com/albuquerque-news/non-essential-dental-services-may-resume-in-new-mexico/5723796/

kob.com Officials say Phase 1 reopening guidelines will be in effect.

considerable.com

The unusual COVID-19 symptoms in older adults | Considerable

Older adults may not show the typical three Covid-19 symptoms. What are the other "Danger signs" to look for?

https://www.considerable.com/health/coronavirus/unusual-coronavirus-symptoms-seniors/

considerable.com COVID-19 is typically signaled by three symptoms. But older adults may have none of these characteristics.

KOB 4

Don’t ignore potentially serious health concerns now or ever!

New Mexico health officials are urging people to stay at home and to only go to the hospital if it’s absolutely necessary, but doctors at UNM said people shouldn’t ignore symptoms of other potentially fatal health conditions.

The New Mexico Crisis and Access Line app will now connect ALL New Mexicans with a counselor.

sandiegouniontribune.com

Twins, 91, riding out quarantine together with daily pep rallies

“Maybe just being able to scream and sing and holler is good for the soul.”

sandiegouniontribune.com Experts say seniors benefit from retaining personal connections

Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico

Please join us tomorrow (Tuesday) at the ABQ Bio Park Zoo (903 10th SW) at 8am for a special DRIVE-THRU, no-contact distribution.
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AARP

Avoid myths and hysteria and focus on the facts. Here's what you need to know about the coronavirus.

kob.com

Doctors offer same-day house visits, telemedicine for patients in Albuquerque

Doctors in the Albuquerque/Rio Rancho areas are offering same day in home visits! Our care managers are here to assist you in scheduling a visit.

https://www.kob.com/albuquerque-news/doctors-offer-same-day-house-visits-telemedicine-for-patients-in-albuquerque/5688518/?cat=500

kob.com Medic Buddy also serves Rio Rancho, Los Lunas, and the East Mountains.

heart.org

What heart patients should know about coronavirus

People with heart disease have extra reasons to be alert during this uncertain time. Stay informed on what additional but reasonable precautions heart patients should be taking to protect themselves from COVID-19.

https://www.heart.org/en/news/2020/02/27/what-heart-patients-should-know-about-coronavirus

heart.org As the coronavirus spreads, people with cardiovascular issues should pay extra attention, experts say.

How to keep yourself and your loved ones safe and healthy in this uncertain time.

Aging Life Network

kob.com

Smith's will open an hour early for senior shoppers

✨ Attention seniors. All Smiths grocery stores will open from 7am-8am, especially for you! This is a designated time for you to safely get your shopping done.

kob.com Stores will have special hours for seniors from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. 

ABQ Department of Senior Affairs

Beginning Tuesday, March 17, senior, multigenerational, and 50+ Fitness Centers will be closed.

The following centers will temporarily serve as lunch distribution sites between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., where individuals can pick up their meal outside the Center and take it home: Barelas Senior Center, Los Volcanes Senior Center, Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center, North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center, North Valley Senior Center. Seniors 60+ can reserve lunches by calling 764-6400.

Home delivered meals will continue operate as normal.

Seniors 60+ interested in receiving meals from Senior Affairs should call 505-764-6400; priority service is for home bound seniors.

Stay up-to-date at cabq.gov/seniors.

New Mexico Aging & Long-Term Services

If you are a senior or disabled adult and cannot access groceries, please call 1-800-432-2080. Leave a message with your name, telephone number, and the city/town you reside in. We will call you back. Thank you!
***This is a State of New Mexico program

[03/13/20]   To ensure that our clients, families and our senior community get information about resources available to them during this time, we will be posting information that is shared with us!

🥕Food Home Delivery Services:

Meals on wheels - www.mow-nm.org
NM Senior Affairs - www.cabq.gov
Gourmet To Go - www.gourtmet2goabq.com
Grub Hub - grubhub.com

If you have any meal home delivery services you would like to share, please do so in the comments!

As always, we are here for you. Stay safe, healthy and calm.

today.duke.edu

Are We Failing Families at the End of Life?

This is the hardest thing that you’ve ever done. We are here for you! Allow our aging care professionals assist you in navigating your loved ones needs at the end of life.

https://today.duke.edu/2020/02/think-you-want-die-home-you-might-want-think-twice-about?fbclid=IwAR3Pz8zlYZfnxN8eB7A_cNVutTJXIAcAN-22okBFm6TDqbEjusNzwAPkLUE#.Xl_CFFWyH23.facebook

today.duke.edu Dr. Nathan Gray is an assistant professor of medicine and palliative care at Duke University School of Medicine. As part of his work, he explores health care issues through graphic opinion pieces. Previously, he collaborated with another Duke doctor on how cancer care can bankrupt families. This art...

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National Senior Independence Month - Holistic Aging

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February is National Senior Independence Month. Here are some essential ways to maintain independence as we or a loved one ages. Our dedicated care managers are here to encourage your independence by simplifying the aging process and providing you with compassionate and professional support and resources.

holisticaging.com As we age, the milestones are less exciting and can signal a decline of independence. Below are some ways to maintain independence as we age.

Tomorrow!! We are so excited for French Funerals presentation on the benefits of advanced planning! Thank you so much to our sponsors, Morris Hall, PLLC!

Aging Life is excited for our first lunch and learn of 2020! Please join us on January 29th at Seasons Rotisserie @ 11:30 am. French Funerals will be presenting on the benefits of advanced planning. Find out how you can save your loved ones and even yourself from unexpected costs and hard decisions. Remember - it's never too early to plan for eternity! Please call for your reservations today!

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"Restaurant of Mistaken Orders" 2018 report movie

A truly amazing story. We need more of this.

Aging Life is excited for our first lunch and learn of 2020! Please join us on January 29th at Seasons Rotisserie @ 11:30 am. French Funerals will be presenting on the benefits of advanced planning. Find out how you can save your loved ones and even yourself from unexpected costs and hard decisions. Remember - it's never too early to plan for eternity! Please call for your reservations today!

Everyone at Aging Life wishes you a safe and happy New Year! Thank you to all of the families, loved ones and clients that allow us to assist you throughout the year. We truly appreciate you!

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Top 10 Healthy New Year’s Resolutions for Older Adults | HealthInAging.org

Are you looking for some New Years resolutions that can help you have a healthy and happy 2020? Here are The American Geriatrics Society’s Health in Aging Foundation's 10 recommended resolutions for a healthy New Year!

https://www.healthinaging.org/tools-and-tips/top-10-healthy-new-years-resolutions-older-adults

healthinaging.org Making New Year’s resolutions to eat better, exercise, watch your weight, see your healthcare provider regularly, or quit smoking once and for all, can help you get healthier and feel better. The AGS Health in Aging Foundation recommends these top 10 healthy New Year’s resolutions for older adul...

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Alzheimer's Association: Holiday Tips for Family Celebrations

The holidays are a time when family and friends often come together. But for families living with Alzheimer's and other dementias, the holidays can be challe...

From all of us at Aging Life, we wish you and yours a wonderful Holiday Season. 🎄

Are you caring for a loved one with Dementia? Contact The Alzheimer's Association of New Mexico to attend their FREE caregivers workshop!

Albuquerque! Join us for this FREE workshop for family caregivers on Thursday, January 16th. Don't wait and register today! See flyer for more info. #ENDALZ

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Medical care and insurance. Day-to-day financial management. Legal decisions. Aging at home vs. assisted living. Deterioration of physical and mental capabilities. Transitioning out of a hospital or rehab stay. The challenges of caring for your aging loved ones living in New Mexico can be overwhelming whether you’re navigating these issues for the first or third time. You want to honor who they are and enable them to continue to live full lives, yet their health and physical abilities have changed. When roles change—when you become the caregiver to your parents or loved one—emotions escalate, and the enormity of the situation causes great stress for everyone. Aging Life, LLC. supports you and preserves the dignity, autonomy, and quality of life for you and the senior adults in your life.

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