Most of us have at least one area of the house that’s designated as the catch-all for everything from our high school yearbooks and stacks of photo albums to boxes of clothes, tools, and assorted memorabilia that we may have a use for “someday”. Garages, attics, closets, and hope chests were made for just such a purpose,Read More
Competitive pay, health insurance, and vacation time are great employee benefits, but many of today’s 9-to-5 employees need a perk that all too often gets overlooked in the benefits package.
More than 1 out of 4 households is involved in caregiving for an aging or disabled family member,Read More
In our last blog, we shared some tips for initiating a conversation with your elderly loved one about bringing in an in-home caregiver to keep him safe and enhance the quality of his life. Once your loved one is on board with the idea, what happens next?Read More
Determining when your elderly loved one needs some extra help in order to remain safely at home can be tricky. Even trickier is convincing that elderly loved one to agree that it’s time for some assistance. If you’re sensing the need to initiate a conversation about bringing in a home caregiver,Read More
Everyone has different needs and care requirements as they age. For example, there are some 100-year old individuals living independently, while some 60-year olds need daily assistance with care. A first step in planning for care is to take stock via an assessment by a qualified individual. Preparing a long-term care plan can seem overwhelming,Read More