Managing the Holidays with Elderly Parents

This Christmas was going to be a challenge getting our parents in the same place at the same time. Not because of proximity but because of their condition. We have mom in assisted living and we have dad in memory care. The only saving grace is the community they live...
Letting Go of Guilt

Letting Go of Guilt

Being a decision maker for an aging person requires varying levels of choices. Most people know the difference between right and wrong in daily decision making but it can be very stressful to make difficult decisions for a loved family member, knowing that decision...
When an Artist Needs Aging Assistance

When an Artist Needs Aging Assistance

As part of celebrating the month of May as Aging Life Care Month, we would like help educate our visitors on what it is that Aging Life Care Professionals, also known as Geriatric Care Managers, do to help aging persons and their involved family members to plan for...
The Warning Signs of Caregiver Burnout

The Warning Signs of Caregiver Burnout

No one has a closer relationship than Frankie and her dad, Luca. To Frankie, Luca’s her hero, her joy. Wherever he is, there is home. Through thick and thin, they’ve stayed thick as thieves, being each other’s greatest confidants. He beamed with...