What is “Normal” Aging and What Isn’t – Family Caregivers Need to Know

Let’s face it, we are all aging. Whether or not we like it or are willing to admit it, every day our bodies go through subtle changes inside and out that are part of our aging process. Is your senior’s aging process beginning to worry you? Do you think things are happening too fast or … Read moreWhat is “Normal” Aging and What Isn’t – Family Caregivers Need to Know

Diagnosis Alzheimer’s – Now What? A Family Caregiver’s Goodbye Journey

Because there is another person diagnosed with Alzheimer’s every 68 seconds in the United States alone, it is likely that someone close to you will be newly diagnosed at some point. An estimated 5.2 million Americans of all ages will have Alzheimer’s disease in 2013. If you are a family member, such as a spouse … Read moreDiagnosis Alzheimer’s – Now What? A Family Caregiver’s Goodbye Journey

Family Caregivers: Signs of Decline in Seniors That May Prevent Aging in Place

Aging in the home of their choice is what we hear many of our senior loved ones say they want and where the majority of today’s seniors are currently residing. With the cost of care in other senior housing options increasing and the supply far smaller than our rapidly aging population, it’s a good thing … Read moreFamily Caregivers: Signs of Decline in Seniors That May Prevent Aging in Place

Hands On Help For Aging in Place Seniors to Keep Their Homes Livable

We hear about it every day and everywhere we go. Seniors (and future seniors) want to stay in their homes forever – or at least as long as they possibly can. As family caregivers, we want them to be safe and happy no matter where they are living. The lifelong homes of our senior loved … Read moreHands On Help For Aging in Place Seniors to Keep Their Homes Livable

Assisted Living: An Option for Your Senior? 8 Signs It’s Time to Consider

Aging in place is what most seniors and boomers say is desired – the ability to stay in our homes forever. Unfortunately, the reality of aging does not always allow our older loved ones to remain safely in their own homes as long as they would like. Many family members think the next step is … Read moreAssisted Living: An Option for Your Senior? 8 Signs It’s Time to Consider