Senior Care Podcast by LivHOME Releases Episode 20 -- Protecting Vulnerable Seniors

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The latest episode of the Senior Care Podcast by LivHOME addresses the important topic of protecting vulnerable seniors, including those with physical, emotional, financial and cognitive vulnerabilities.

Feelings such as loneliness, boredom and hopelessness can lead to greater vulnerability and an increased chance of future problems. Recognizing these triggers and providing seniors with positive alternatives can keep them safer and at less risk.

The Senior Care Podcast by LivHOME (http://www.livhome.com) has released Episode 20 -- Protecting Vulnerable Seniors.

In this episode, Steve Barlam, Chief Professional Officer of LivHOME, speaks to the important topic of protecting vulnerable seniors. He breaks down the vulnerabilities likely to strike seniors into four specific areas: physical, emotional, financial and cognitive. Importantly, Barlam addresses these from the point of view of protecting seniors before their vulnerabilities leads to serious problems.

"Feelings such as loneliness, boredom and hopelessness can lead to greater vulnerability and an increased chance of future problems. Recognizing these triggers and providing seniors with positive alternatives can keep them safer and at less risk," says Barlam.

The episode can be found at the podcast's homepage: http://www.livhome.com/podcast. Listeners can subscribe via RSS feed, email or through the iTunes store. Episode 20 -- Protecting Vulnerable Seniors has a runtime of 14 minutes, 49 seconds.

About LivHOME
LivHOME is the nation's largest provider of professionally led at-home care for seniors. The company is dedicated to finding solutions that enable older adults to remain in their homes as long as possible. Based in Los Angeles, LivHOME delivers high quality at-home care throughout California as well as Arlington, Va., Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, and Silver Spring, Md.

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