Must Know Senior Citizen Discounts

If you are a senior citizen 50+, there are an array of discounts available just waiting for you to claim! You’ve paid your dues, now is the time to enjoy the perks! Rates, discounts and promotions are constantly changing so … Read More

7 Red Flags to Look for When Choosing a LTC Facility

If the time has come for you to help your loved one transition into a Long Term Care (LTC) facility, look out for these 7 red flags found in communities that may not be up to par. 1. Nurse Aide Attitude- … Read More

4 Must Know Secrets to Embrace Your Best Self

What does it mean to embrace your best self? Do you picture happiness, good health, youth? Is your vision of your “best self” attainable? Originally, I planned to write an article about the secrets of staying younger longer, however, halfway … Read More

Senior Celebrity Spotlight: Diane Keaton

At 70 years old Diane Keaton looks as beautiful as ever, however, her true beauty comes from her life lessons on ditching insecurities and embracing imperfection.  Keaton’s personality and wisdom on aging shines bright casting light on those who are … Read More

Dementia: Understanding Behavior as Communication

As dementia affects the brain of our loved one, it can be difficult to understand what he or she is trying to communicate with us through their behaviors. Dementia takes away the ability to express feelings in the way that … Read More

Baby Boomers: Avoiding Living Wills

When polled,  64% of baby boomers (those born between 1946-1964) admitted to not having a living will or any other form of end-of-life document in place. Many people prefer not to talk about death or what will happen after they … Read More

Tips for Families: How to Interview Potential Caregivers

Do you need to find a caregiver for a family member, but don’t know how to choose the right person for the job? Most families choose to interview potential candidates to see who would be the best fit, but many … Read More

Living Without Regrets: 7 Common Regrets of the Dying

Living without regrets, is it possible? Listening to common regrets of the dying just may give us the motivation to make changes today and right wrongs while we still have time. While everyone’s life story is uniquely their own, there … Read More

Tips for Caregivers: How to Prepare for Your Interview with a Potential Client’s Family

Meeting a new client and their family can be intimidating. You may not know what to do or say, but these tips can help your clients understand what makes you stand out as a caregiver. Clients have high standards for … Read More

The link Between Disrupted Sleep and Alzheimer’s Disease

A longstanding belief is that Alzheimer’s Disease destroys one’s biological clock and leads to disrupted sleep. This theory is now being debunked by researchers out of Cambridge, Berkley and other prestigious universities. Researchers were admittedly not sure what caused the disruption but … Read More