Providing care for an aging loved one or a person with disabilities is challenging but also rewarding. Caregivers have the chance to ensure their loved one's quality of life is the best it can be by assisting with activities of...
Talking about care options with your aging parents can be a difficult subject to bring up. You realize that the time has come because your parents are having problems using the stairs or taking their medication properly. Bringing up...
In the early stages of dementia, patients are aware that something is changing within their brains. They notice that they have memory loss and are confused by things which they once dealt with easily. They realize they can no...
Most people want to “Age in Place” as long as possible (90% according to AARP).  This involves growing older in your own home or in another residence that is more adaptable to future needs. When homes are “senior friendly”...
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Aging Safely in Your Home

Home is where the heart is.  For many of us baby boomers it’s where we’re most comfortable; surrounded by the things we love in a space that is welcoming and familiar to us. The overwhelming majority of seniors wish...
We have worked with many adult children lately who were emptying and preparing the family home for sale. They were tired and emotionally drained trying to be the “glue” in the family. This week I asked a son, “Did you...
Before dесiding about senior housing орtiоnѕ, fоr уоurѕеlf or a relative, уоu nееd to firѕt determine if аѕѕiѕtаnсе is nееdеd, what kind and how much. Chооѕing bеtwееn home саrе and moving tо аn аѕѕiѕtеd living community or long term care...
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