Jane and Larry were in their mid-80’s. Jane’s health was pretty good although her memory wasn’t as sharp as it used to be. Larry had mobility challenges. His legs just didn’t have the strength for him to walk so he used a wheelchair to get around. Because he wasn’t very mobile, he counted on Jane … Read more
The media is full of stories about the high number of confirmed Covid-19 cases and deaths in “Nursing Homes”. It’s enough to make anybody postpone moving to senior living to detriment of seniors and their family caregivers. The situation isn’t as bad as it seems.
up in my house taking up space or will be donated to Goodwill all too soon. Home Instead Senior Care has a very good list of things seniors will truly appreciate for gifts. I’ve also added some ideas and elaborated on some.
There is a common misconception that most older people who show signs of confusion, depression and other “mental” disorders suffer from the disease of Alzheimer’s, which is a progressive and ultimately fatal disease. The disease of alcoholism is also a progressive and ultimately fatal disease; but unlike Alzheimer’s, it can be arrested with some of … Read more