People who intentionally hurt themselves are known to be at an increased risk of committing suicide, but a new study finds they are also more likely to die young from natural causes. Researchers analyzed information from more than 30,000 people living in the United Kingdom who visited emergency departments for self-poisoning or self-injury between 2000 and 2007, and were followed for an average of six years afterward.
Are you trying to find government aid for seniors in Scottsdale? Senior Planning is a free service that will help you find all of the options available to you and your loved ones. Are you looking for Scottsdale assisted living, or group homes in Scottsdale? You could also be looking for in home senior care or for rent assistance. With any of these, we are extremely familiar with the process. We service the entire Arizona and even if you aren’t looking for government aid for seniors in Scottsdale and are looking for another city, we are here to help.
Senior Planning is an Arizona based organization that offers social services to seniors and their familiars. We also work with younger individuals that require care. We have experts at Senior Planning that can help with applying for government aid and find a suitable living situation. Whether you are looking to apply to ALTCS (Arizona Long Term Care), for veterans benefits, or are looking for affordable senior care/healthcare/independent living, we can help.
A lot of times it can be hard when you are trying to find out how to start looking for senior housing in Arizona. There are a lot of options out there, and discerning the options and quality of the options is the first goal. I am sure you have heard the old adage that just because you pay more for something doesn’t mean its going to be higher quality. The same goes for senior housing in Arizona. Just because it costs more and looks nicer on the service doesn’t mean it is necessarily better. We do background checks on the facilities and the caregivers and sometimes these aren’t even enough. It takes experience and knowing what to look for. That is why we send out representatives to spot check our facilities and make sure that there are no lapses in quality between the last time we have checked them and the last time the state has checked them.
How many Americans die from smoking without even lighting up a cigarette? More than 42,000 people a year, including 900 infants, according to a new, thorough analysis of secondhand smoke deaths by researchers at the University of California, San Francisco.
One of our partners, Prime Medical Alert, provides medical alert systems for seniors wishing to stay independent.