The Talk About Paperwork for Grandma

  Grandmother Rita disappeared after an argument with family members. The Vermont Mass Live reported that the 71-year-old grandmother was last seen wearing floral-print shorts, a blue tank top and blue sandals. The report implied an argument about medical issues or maybe disorganized paperwork or unpaid bill issues, leading to grandma

Who Will You Call When Your Aging Parents Need Help?

Female doctor diagnosing with a stethoscope

  Who Will You Call When Your Aging Parents Need Help? I was just reading through a General Discussion page on a blog site where a caregiver was sharing an experience about taking Mom to the emergency room because her urine was looking like cranberry juice.

Your Future is in Your Head: How to Get What You and Your Aging Parents Want

  If you think you can do a thing or think you can’t do a thing, you’re right, said Henry Ford. What we think at the start of the day may determine the mood for the rest of the day.

Is Lack and Lack Thinking Becoming your Normal?

If you have been tuning in to the news of the economy you will hear words like downsizing, cutbacks, families struggling, foreclosure and unemployment. CNN reported that nearly one in two Americans are struggling and hardly can make ends meet.