4 Things Seniors Need to Know About Medicare

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Medicare: What you and your family need to know! To find out more information on Senior Medicare Knowledge, let the staff at BayWoods of Annapolis help!

Medicare is for people age 65 and older and those who have special conditions or disabilities.  Applying for Medicare can be an intimidating, complicated, and confusing process.  So, in this article, Baywoods of Annapolis provides 4 things you should know about Medicare!   Tip #1: Signing Up There are only certain periods when you can … Continued


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Easy Ways to Prevent Falls for Elderly Persons

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Are You At A Higher Risk for Falling? Here Are Some Easy Ways to Reduce Your Risks and prevent elderly falls. For more info, contact BayWoods!

It’s estimated that over 250,000 Americans are hospitalized for hip fractures each year, according to the CDC.  More than 95% of these are as a result of a fall.  There are many risk factors that increase the chances that someone will fall, which include:  balance, poor vision, decreased muscle strength, taking more than four medications … Continued


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Does Your Estate Plan Include These 4 Things?

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Did You Know That You Already Have An Estate Plan Even If You Don't Have A Will? It is never to early to start your Estate Planning.

Mistakenly, many people believe that an estate plan is only necessary if you are in your senior years or have considerable wealth.  Nothing could be further from the truth!  There are many legal strategies involved in estate planning, and unfortunately, not all of us will live to be 100.  But, did you know that in … Continued


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5 Tips for Dementia Caregivers

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Learn How to Empower Caregivers & Patients With Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease. For more on this topic, please reach out to BayWoods of Annapolis.

With over 5 million people in the US with Alzheimer’s and/or dementia, more and more families are tasked with caring for a loved one who suffers from these tragic diseases.  A long-term continuing care retirement community (CCRC) can be of great assistance, but it’s also important to educate and empower the family and loved ones.  … Continued


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