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

5 Reasons Why Hiring an Older Adult is Beneficial to your Company

1. Experience- Generally speaking, older adults not only have more work experience, they have more life experience. Hiring qualified or even “over qualified” older adults should not be intimidating to younger managers. Think of how your older employee can help … Read More

5 Fun Activities to do with the Grandkids this Summer

  There are few things sweeter than the bond between Grandparents and their grandchildren. The memories made at grandma and grandpa’s house are memories that can last a lifetime. Have fun this summer joining generations together with good times and … Read More

Backyard Granny Pods: The Exciting Elderly Care Option

Granny Pods also known as MedCottages are an exciting housing alternative to nursing and other senior care facilities. Now mom can be just steps away while having her own private, comfortable and safe space to live in. Basically, a Granny Pod … Read More

The Father’s Day Gift Dad Really Wants

Father’s Day  June 19th 2016 Give the greatest gift of all: time…with you! Father’s Day is just around the corner, impress pops this year with a gift that will create memories and warm his heart…time spent with you! Thinking back … Read More

Tips for the Emerging Sport: Pickleball!

Pickleball is an emerging racquet sport catching the attention of seniors as a fun, low impact sport. So what the heck is Pickleball and does it have anything to do with pickles? This sport is the perfect hodgepodge of  ping … Read More