How to Help Elderly Parents Manage Finances

Everyday, elderly parents find themselves in situations where guidance with money management is needed. Financial situations usually change as we get older making it necessary for children or a professional advisor to step in helping maintain assets for the loved … Read More

Senior Celebrity Spotlight: Bruce Willis

Senior celebrity Bruce Willis turned 61 as of March 19th this year, looking great and reportedly in superb heath! How does he manage to keep that ball rolling without skipping a beat? Being an A list celebrity surely helps! From personal trainers … Read More

Dealing With Siblings Not Helping Elderly Parent

Why does every responsibility fall on me?  Are you feeling like you are the only sibling truly providing the care your parent needs? It is not unusual for the oldest child or the one living closest in proximity to be … Read More

25 Warning Signs Your Parent Needs Help at Home

Recognizing the Warning Signs As parents age, it’s natural for children to wonder if mom and dad are in need of help. If you have concerns about your parents living on their own, ask yourself where that worry is stemming … Read More

Grandparents Day: Make a Grand Gesture!

Nation Grandparents Day is just around the corner, don’t let this year go by without letting your granny and gramp’s know just how appreciated they are! Even the simplest of actions can be considered grand gestures in your loved ones … Read More

Dementia Caregiving: Tips on Dressing and Grooming

Daily dressing and grooming are such important parts of the day for someone with dementia. Feeling fresh, clean and well groomed can go a long way in boosting self esteem and feeling comfortable. If you are a caregiver, you may … Read More

Part Time Jobs for Senior Citizens

Are you a senior citizen looking for a part time job? Many seniors make shifts in their careers later in life due to retirement, moving and other life changes. Besides cash in your pocket, acquiring a part time job may … Read More

How to Create a Memory Garden

Creating a memory garden is not only special way to honor a loved one that has passed, it can be a therapeutic outlet helping you manage grief through the process. Below are some ideas to help you begin creating your … Read More

5 Tips to Help you Share Your Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Receiving an Alzheimer’s Disease diagnosis can cause with a wide range of emotions for all involved. If you have been diagnosed you may experience emotional stages much like someone who is grieving the loss of a loved one. A few stages … Read More

Shaming Children who are not Primary Caregivers to their Parents

If you have and elderly parent in need of care, you may be experiencing challenges you never even saw coming. Children of elderly dependent parents often express feelings of guilt, confusion, and frustration stemming from the judgment put upon them … Read More