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Sliding Doors: A Lesson from the Alzheimer’s Mind

March 22, 2017

Benny grew up in an orphanage in New York City.  He was born in the 20’s and was placed in the orphanage by his mother, who had just gone through...

Top Five Concerns About Hiring Home Care for a Loved One

April 7, 2016

Thousands of families across the country are faced with decisions about finding care for a parent or loved one. These decisions may include whether to...

50 First Times Meeting a Parent: Learning to Live in the Moment

December 18, 2015

There are many things that make the heart ache when you have a parent or loved one who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. The worst of them is when your...

Caring for Your Aging Parent Series

October 9, 2015

Fall Activity Ideas for Seniors Whether you are providing constant care for an aging parent, sharing the responsibilities with family members, or are simply...

When A Parent or Loved One Resists or Refuses Care

September 25, 2015

When A Parent or Loved One Resists or Refuses Care There are many families today who are dealing with aging parents or loved ones.  They generally feel...

Long-Distance Care for a Parent or Loved One

September 18, 2015

Caring for an aging loved one can be a challenge.  Caring for an aging loved one long-distance can seem like an insurmountable challenge.  Today,  millions...

8 Ways to Help Seniors Maintain Their Independence At Home

September 11, 2015

8 Ways to Help Seniors Maintain Their Independence   At Home It’s difficult to watch a parent or loved one progress in years and experience deterioration...

The Stages of Finding Care for a Parent

September 4, 2015

One of the most difficult decisions a person may ultimately have to make is whether a parent who has lived independently nearly an entire lifetime needs...

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