A Joyful Senior Christmas

A Christmas dinner across generations.

The holiday season is a common season for people to spend more time indoors with those who matter.  Students and kids generally have an extended time off from classes and school, allowing them to relax at home and do activities such as play videogames.  The parents often get a chance to take extended time off…

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How to Discuss the Aging Process with Seniors

Discussing the Aging Process

When you start to notice signs of the aging process taking a toll on your senior loved one, such as forgetfulness or slowing down physically, it is time to have the talk with them. Having the talk about how to help your loved one prepare for the aging process, as well as developing a plan…

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8 Self-Care Tips for Caregiver Burnout

person practicing self-care

For the first time in US history, approximately 47 million seniors live in the United States. The Population Reference Bureau projects that in 2060 nearly 100 million Americans will be 65 years of age or older. Every day, more Americans are taking on the role of caregiver for an aging loved one, and the need…

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