Senior Care Planning: Meet Mary, a Childless Senior

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Mary’s Story: A Childless Senior in Need of Care Meet Mary: A 93-year-old woman who recently suffered from a broken hip and in need of a senior care plan. Currently, Mary lives with her 92-year-old husband in a patio home at a senior community. Mary and her husband have no children. They also have not […]

Senior Care Planning: Meet David

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David’s Story: Meet David: An only child responsible for starting senior care planning for his failing mother living with dementia. David needs to find care for his mother. He also operates two businesses and is raising a family, David, while having experience in the home care industry, still faces a difficult decision. He needs to […]

Senior Transportation: A Growing Issue with Limited Options

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The Need for Senior Transportation Have you seen one of your aging loved one’s driving skills decline in recent memory? Well, if so you’re not alone. Everyday more and more seniors stop driving in the United States. While your loved one quits driving, they also want to be able to remain in their own home. […]

5 Ways To Help an Aging Parent in Denial About Their Needs

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How to deal with an Aging Parent in Denial About their Care Needs When you begin to look at senior care options for your aging parent, you might meet resistance. While it is a perfectly natural reaction, it can be detrimental when your aging loved one is in denial about their situation. Your job as […]

5 Tips For Decluttering Your Senior Loved One’s Home

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One thing that can cause strife between family caregivers and their aging parents is the issue of cleanliness. For many families, cluttering is an issue that can quickly overwhelm their senior loved one. Having excess clutter around the home can significantly increase a senior’s fall risk. A senior who falls is at great risk for […]

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