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10 Tips for New Adult Caregivers

Caregivers, also known as home health or personal care aides, give assistance to those who are sick, injured, mentally or physically disabled, or the elderly. Informal caregivers are often family members or friends, and there are also professional caregivers who are employed by an agency and earn certification through training programs.
With the aging of baby boomers, caregiving has grown and will continue to grow rapidly – with caregiver roles increasing almost 70% by 2020.

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The Plastic Straw Ban Helps The Environment But Hurts The Disabled Community

People living with disabilities are raising concerns as the movement to ban plastic straws gains momentum.
Recently, Starbucks announced it would be joining the collection of other restaurants and establishments that have pledged to phase out the use of plastics straws. Come 2020 more than 28,000 of its stores world-wide will no longer offer plastic straws, in an effort to be more environmentally friendly.

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10 Activities for Seniors in Bucks County

From parks and museums and art classes to cooking classes, there are tons of attractions and events all year long in Bucks County, PA for all ages, especially the aging population.
Located directly northeast of Philadelphia, Bucks County has tons to offer for seniors, including a park surrounded by a beautiful lake (Core Creek Park), some of the best farmers markets with products from local farms (Doylestown Food Market) and as one of the three original counties created by William Penn, Bucks County is endowed with American history.

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