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I ask this question a lot, to people whose parent is aging and they are describing a parent’s behaviors and other concerns: Does your parent have Alzheimer’s Disease or other dementia? A common answer is: “No official diagnosis. I am not sure if that complicated process is needed.”   Worse Case Scenario A quick response […]

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If we always do what we’ve always done, when relating to our parent who is now aging, we will get the results or responses we’ve always gotten. Stages of Adult Life   You may not have thought about your adult life this way, but there are three stages, that change how you should relate to […]

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No Matter The Parent’s Physical or Mental Condition   No matter what the previous parent/child relationship looks like, it takes a caring heart adult to affect the direction of an aging parent’s on-going aging process and future results. I know you are thinking: “What? It takes a parent who will make a decision and take […]

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Adults who are blessed to still have parents are often perplexed and frustrated. During this life stage of aging parents, they don’t always “feel” blessed even though they are thankful their parent is still alive. I often hear from them: my parent doesn’t seem to be living fully, they’ve lost their spark, my parent won’t […]

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In years past, one was considered a “senior” or “retiree”at age 65. This was common due to the age of eligibility for social security versus working and making an income. I remember telling my parents they were old when they turned 40. I was a teenager at that time, with a “teeny” brain! Aging is […]

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No one is talking about how many events that reduce an aging senior parent’s independence can be avoided. I’m Rhonda Caudell, who for over 25 years served seniors and their families as their nurse care manager. Professional care managers not only find the best affordable care but also anticipate problems, determine how to prevent them, […]

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In this video you will find the answer to, if it is possible for a parent to live their aging journey with joyful anticipation and purpose and if so, how to make this happen. You will have a better understanding of what is an aging journey and how to define your parent’s “later years”. Listen […]

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Guest blog post by Nate Taylor of Nucleus My grandmother is legally blind – she can’t drive, she needs a wheelchair and a guide to make it through the airport, and she has trouble perceiving facial expressions from across the dinner table. Despite this inherent disability, she’s sharp as a tack and eager to stay […]

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Probably by now, you have read or heard about how stress has been linked to many health problems like heart disease and obesity. However, stress could also be good when it leads us to care about the welfare of others, such as parents, and it is channeled in the right way. Surprising Stress Reduction A […]

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February…the LOVE month…I have to say how thankful I am for getting to help adults who truly love and care about their parents. This is my LOVE message to you who are still blessed with parents who are navigating the changes and challenges of transitioning into their later years. From my 25+ years working with […]

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