Downsizing Your Parent’s Home

Downsizing Your Parent’s Home

Downsizing your parent’s home can be a very big challenge, but it can also be incredibly important to their well-being. Odds are, your parent’s home might have too many stairs for their advanced age. If they do not have an issue with the stairs now, they most likely...
Common Signs of Financial Elder Abuse

Common Signs of Financial Elder Abuse

Financial abuse is a common issue faced by many elderly people today. Access to others online allows scammers to connect with less internet savvy elderly people, which can be a recipe for disaster. But unfortunately, not all financial abuse takes place online; and...
What to do When Dementia Victims Get Aggressive

What to do When Dementia Victims Get Aggressive

Suffering with Dementia or Alzheimer’s can be a very confusing and often frustrating process. If you have to care for or keep an eye on your loved one who suffers from dementia, you may also have to deal with the times that they can become aggressive due to their...
Identifying the Best In-Home Care Options for You

Identifying the Best In-Home Care Options for You

  If your goal is to allow your loved one to continue to live independently at home —in-home care might be the best solution for your loved one and you. There are flexible options that provide care for a few hours, a few days or live-in. The following steps can...

Holiday Visit Senior Checklist

The Holidays are a good time to check in with elderly family members, especially those who live alone. All loved ones age differently. We want to make sure they are healthy and safe. Here are quick tips on how to gently check in with your loved ones to determine...