Yes, technology can make life more convenient and also help elderly people stay more connected to their families. But it’s important to be aware of the downsides as well.
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The prospect of talking with your parents about senior living may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be, says thought leader David Solie.
When your loved one is living with Alzheimer’s or dementia, visits to a care facility can be a challenge. What can you do if she is agitated by your presence?
Helping a loved one sell a home—especially if you once lived there yourself—is a busy but emotional time.
The next #ElderCareChat, which will focus on Self-Care for Caregivers, will be held on Wednesday, May 17, 2017, from 1-2 pm ET.
Factoring in the savings in time and money for family caregivers may tip the balance in favor of your parent’s move to assisted living or another form of senior living.
We were honored to welcome Amy Cameron O’Rourke, president of the Aging Life Care Association, as our expert panelist for this month’s #ElderCareChat.
Many adult children have experienced this paradox: At the very time they need to communicate with their aging parent about important issues in their life, the older person begins experiencing impediments that make communication difficult.
“Older adults need transportation for daily living activities—errands, shopping, community activities including volunteer work, recreation, entertainment, visiting friends and family, and for non-emergency medical transportation,” says Jane Hardin, program specialist with CTAA