As your parents or grandparents age, you start to notice things like they’re slowing down and don’t seem to be quit as sharp as they used to be. Once thoughts of them – and your worries – areRead More . . .
Three months ago, my friend’s father suffered a debilitating stroke. After spending a few weeks in the hospital, he was transferred to a nursing home where the family was told that he would neverRead More . . .
Aging Parents Making Memories with Their Favorite Holiday Stories and Movies Stories have been told and created for centuries. From Stone Age carvings on stones to today’s digital versions onRead More . . .
None of us grew up thinking that one day we might have to care for our aging parents. Along with our own sets of commitments and responsibilities, many of us (especially between the ages of 35-55) areRead More . . .
As you think about your busy schedule and your aging parents’ increasing need for outside help, legal documents and paperwork may be the last thing you want to deal with.Read More . . .