Imagine if seniors could have a furry companion that not only keeps them company but also offers conversations, encouragement, and emotional support. What if the canine or feline companion could even remind them when to take medication or sends for help in the event of a fall?
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Senior Living Blog
Being a caregiver for your aging parents can be demanding, stressful, and frustrating. Fortunately, it can also be filled with humor — if you’re able to see it.
As you prepare to count down to a new year, have you also considered your retirement readiness? Don’t worry–you don’t have to get it all done before the ball drops!
We were honored to welcome Gail Kohn, coordinator of the World Health Organization Age-Friendly DC, as our expert panelist for this month’s #ElderCareChat.
If your parents are miserable in their senior community, have you considered the possibility that the facility itself isn’t a good fit?
Who says you have to do it all? Cooking and cleaning are two tasks that you can divvy up among family and extended family members quite easily.
We were pleased to welcome Jed A. Levine of CaringKind for our recent #ElderCareChat on the subject of support for Alzheimer’s family caregivers.
Shopping for a loved one in senior living may present a challenge. Where can you find memorable gifts that show you really care?
Concerned about your parent’s memory loss or confusion? There are several physical conditions that could be associated with those symptoms.