No one likes emergencies. They tend to turn the world upside down. If we are lucky, it’s a short-term situation that is more nerve wracking than disastrous. When it involves an elderly loved one, GrandpaRead More . . .
Women tend to live longer than men. It’s been that way for many, many years – at least here in the United States. So it isn’t much of a surprise that in the 2010 Census, 53,364 people age 100 andRead More . . .
It’s been a little while since you spent that weekend with your mom at her house a state away and it’s still bothering you. While you have an image of Mom whisking around the kitchen and organizingRead More . . .
Can you relate to this dilemma? Long ago, family members moved away from the area where they grew up, but Grandma stayed. When Grandpa died a couple of years ago, relatives started to worry about her livingRead 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 . . .
How often have you heard someone talking about the future of our seniors citizen and end up saying “Well, we’ll just let the government take care of them”? You all saw that disgusting ad aboutRead More . . .