SSIP Insurance Partners

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We exist to make a Positive Difference in the Life of Each Person we touch " One Person at a Time"

SSIP Insurance Partners is your primary resource for proper insurance planning: Health, Retirement, Long Term Care, Legacy Planning, Medicare Supplements and Medicare Advantage Plans and many other Insurance products.
​Seniors, young families, individuals, small businesses, and Fortune 500 companies – we have insurance products to 
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Staying social reduces the risk of disability and keeps the pain and depression away. A Rush University Medical Center study reported higher levels of social activity are associated with a decreased risk of becoming disabled. Results showed that a person who reported a high level of social activity was about twice as likely to remain free of a disability involving activities of daily living than a person with a low level of social activity, and about 1.5 times as likely to remain free of disability involving instrumental activities of daily living or mobility. The Journal of Pain published a study that also showed social support reduces pain and depression. Being socially active can contribute to the increase in the quality and length of life.