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The Warning Signs of Caregiver Burnout

The Warning Signs of Caregiver Burnout

We can sometimes be unaware of the stress and exhaustion we take on over time as caregivers. Without proper support and opportunity for self-care, the mounting responsibilities of caring for an aging loved one can often lead to burnout. It’s important to recognize the warning signs, and take proactive steps to prevent burnout.

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Book Club in the Park

Book Club in the Park

March 20th marks the first day of spring: the season of rebirth, growth, and renewed hope. It can also be a wonderful opportunity to spend time with loved ones and friends and experience the changing season together. Learn how the Violets Club were able to reconnect with each other, and nature.

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It is Never Too Late to Learn Something New

It is Never Too Late to Learn Something New

Many older people think that it’s too late to learn a new skill. But this is just simply not true. There is NO age limit to learning. When you try something new, you’re opening your world to endless new possibilities: new people, new places, and new activities.

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The Post-Holiday Connection

The Post-Holiday Connection

It’s common for many of us, seniors included, to feel some sadness or emptiness after the “Hallmark moments” of the December holidays are over. Remaining connected afterwards is especially important for seniors who have been socially isolated because of the pandemic.

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The Winter Blues, and What Seniors Can Do

The Winter Blues, and What Seniors Can Do

It isn’t unusual for shorter days, colder weather, and the stress/expectations of the holidays to take an emotional toll. Everyone has days during the winter when they feel tired and unmotivated but, in Janet’s case, things seemed especially concerning. Read about Janet’s struggle with seasonal affective disorder and how we helped her combat the ‘winter blues.’

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Answers to Frequently Asked Caregiver Questions

Answers to Frequently Asked Caregiver Questions

If you’re a caregiver, chances are you’ve had a lot of questions and may not have had the best luck finding those answers. Here are some frequently asked questions we’ve been asked by caregivers, as well as helpful resources for each to further your research and point you in the right direction.

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The Seasons of Our Lives

The Seasons of Our Lives

When you make the most of every season like my client, Betty, you’re able to live your life to the fullest. As Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Each moment of the year has its own beauty.” Here are a few ways you can begin to appreciate the autumn and winter of our lives:

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Retirement isn’t an Ending: It’s a Beginning!

Retirement isn’t an Ending: It’s a Beginning!

Often people don’t realize what a big adjustment retirement is, even when they’ve looked forward to it for years or have an idea of what they want it to look like. It’s completely normal to change your mind multiple times, or not know at all what you want to do in this next stage of your life. Here’s how Tom adjusted his retirement to account for what he wanted and not what he thought he needed.

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Care Managers: Essential in More Ways Than One!

Care Managers: Essential in More Ways Than One!

The problems associated with senior care have been exacerbated by the recent pandemic. This includes navigating the healthcare system, high turnover rates and staffing shortages in facilities, and caregivers being under-funded and worn thin, among many others. Now more than ever care managers are crucial in making sure you or your loved one is cared for – find out how in this month’s blog post.

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