“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”
– Wayne Dyer
We have a saying in my family when we just know a situation is building to a blow-out of some sort… when it
Judith Graham – Original Article Available Here:
DENVER – Pauline Jeffery had let things slide since her husband died. Her bedroom was a mess. Her bathroom was disorganized. She often tripped over rugs in her living and dining room.
“I was depressed and doing nothing but feeling sorry for … Read the rest
When Martha Powers and Larry Gomberg heard the news about Hurricane Florence bringing horrific winds and catastrophic flooding to Wilmington, N.C., they grimaced.
Then, they felt relieved.
“What if we had decided to build our retirement home there?” they said to each other … Read the rest
For years, Dr. Linda Fried offered older patients who complained of being lonely what seemed to be sensible guidance. “Go out and find something that matters to you,” she would say.
But her well-meant advice didn’t work most of the time. What patients … Read the rest
There are various difficulties that arise with age. It could be physical illnesses or emotional problems. Today due to hectic work schedule, the younger generation find it difficult to dedicate enough time to the elderly people at home. Loneliness can lead to depression. If you or your
Published on May 9, 2013 “The dedication and passion of all the big-hearted people who choose to serve seniors is a reason why resident-centered senior living is the fastest-growing long-term services and support option in the United States. The high-quality, resident-focused care provided by these outstanding individuals and their communities … Read the rest
By Abigail Aaronson Submitted On December 18, 2015
It is an important part of long-term care to allow caregivers the time to manage their own health and well-being. Respite care allows the nurses or companions to take short-term breaks, during which time they can attend to their own needs.