10+ Ways to Connect and Care During COVID-19

As our elders stay inside their homes, their apartments and their residential communities, we search for ways to connect with them as well as to make their lives and their care better. Here are 10+ ways to connect and care Read More …

Refresh Your Vision to 20/20

A new year – 2020 – brings the opportunity to take another look at the reality of how your elders are doing. Enhancing your view of their reality – 20/20 views of the elders in your life.

Don’t Go The Distance

Moving your elders is a big decision – for all involved. Where? That one word encompasses so much. Whatever decisions are ultimately made – one thing is clear. It’s better for your elder to be nearer to you or someone Read More …

The Book Where You Look

When you need medical info for your aging parent, are you up to your elbows in paper and still not able to find what you need? Stop what you’re doing right now and put together a Medical Portfolio for each Read More …

The Caretaking Caregiver

There are many ways to be a family caregiver. Most people think of the traditional physical caregiving when the term “family caregiver” is used. However, there are other types of caregiving roles that family members can have

One a Day Keeps Stress at Bay

What is consistently felt by those of us caring for our elders? STRESS!! Eldercare lands in our lap like an elephant. It’s big, heavy and hard to ignore. We usually find that eldercare causes us to feel overwhelmed and our Read More …

Share the Care or Pull Out Your Hair

Many families will be gathering for the holidays. This is a perfect time to talk with your siblings about sharing the care for aging parents – before anyone loses more hair. Often, families are spread out geographically with one sibling Read More …