I have all kinds of advice for caregivers. My business is devoted to offering help and support for those who are caring for seniors. I am passionate about my business and have spent countless hours researching ways to improve these peoples’ lives. I believe that caring for a senior, especially one with whom you have
It may be as simple as a worried feeling in the pit of your stomach. Little signals… laundry piling up, bills are disorganized and piling up, the house looking more unkempt, your seniors’ increased forgetfulness or confusion. These concerns and observations can spark some serious anxiety about the future with your parent/senior. Will they be
Ask an elder where they would like to live out their lives and the clear majority will say, “right here in my own home”. It is easy to guess why. Home is familiar, it is where memories have been made, and moving usually means a loss of independence. But is it better for an elder
Our heart is a fist-sized muscle that pumps blood and fresh oxygen to all parts of our body, then returns the blood to the heart for an oxygen refill. It seems simple but this small organ is vital to keeping us healthy. As we age our heart tends to become a little less efficient, meaning
With all the talk of changes to/repeal of the ACA we need to look at how seniors may be affected. First, let’s look at what the ACA does for seniors. Insurers must provide free preventative care coverage to Medicare beneficiaries. Prescription medication costs are reduced and the “doughnut hole” (a specific period where seniors are
Aging in community is “aging in place” with the benefit of the feeling of connection to neighbors, friends and/or family. There is familiarity with surroundings, a feeling of independence, comfort, convenience and safety. Usually the community is one in which the senior has lived for many years or where family members and/or friends are close
You have raised children, navigated your relationship with your spouse or partner and managed your career/job. Now the children are grown, your relationship succeeded or didn’t and you are ready to retire. What’s next? Plenty if you take the time to look around, think about your interests and what you want your next decade
Q: What exactly is it? A: Well, just as it sounds, you are taking care of your senior’s finances. This usually involves any or all of the list below: Bill paying Savings deposits Insurance and benefit claims Investment decisions Taxes Any other financial issues that may arise for your senior. Q: When should I
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