When You Worry About Elderly Neighbors

When You Worry About ​Elderly NeighborsNancy called last week worried about her elderly neighbor and wondering what to do. She sees her neighbor out walking, but when Nancy talks to her, it seems like she might have some dementia. No adult children have visited that Nancy knows of. The house and yard need work, and her […]

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Diabetic Services In Assisted Living

Do You Have Diabetes? Ask These Questions Before Choosing An Assisted Living  Before choosing a care community, you’ll want to understand diabetic services in assisted living because not every facility provides comprehensive diabetic care. Make the best choice for your or your loved one’s health by understanding the basics and asking 3 key questions.Diabetes Is On The […]

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Caregiver Grief

Is Grief Taking A Toll On Older Caregivers? Caring for someone with dementia is stressful. You already know that. What you may not know is how grief is a large component of the stress caregivers feel. We expect and anticipate grief when there’s a sudden loss like a death. But caring for a loved one with […]

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Too Much Forgetfulness

How Much Forgetfulness is Too Much in Assisted Living?Does your mom seem more forgetful these days? Are you worried dad’s not eating the food you put in his fridge – but the cookies disappear? And the pill box looks a little jumbled? Hmmm…maybe it’s time for assisted living. But, your co-worker, Steve, moved his mom to assisted […]

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Find Your Inner Olympian

How To Tap Into Your Inner OlympianSwoosh, swoosh, swoosh! Have you caught the Olympic spirit yet? Imagine the struggles each athlete has overcome. The daily discipline required to even take part in the games. The intensity of competitions. It’s humbling and inspiring.The Olympic Games happen every two years.But true Olympians compete every day. I watch […]

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