More Than Just a Caregiver – The Importance of a Full Care Team in Senior Care
When you decide you need support for an aging loved one, it’s important to consider more than just a caregiver. Learn why it’s important to have a whole care team by your side.
Protecting Privacy when Working with Caregivers
Wondering how to maintain privacy when working with a professional caregiver? Try these nine ways to protect a loved one’s privacy and their caregiver’s.
Helpful Hints for a Great Mother’s Day
Create a joyous Mother’s Day, whether or not Mom has Alzheimer’s. These tips and activities can help you connect, communicate, and enjoy the day together.
Building a Strong Relationship with Your Caregiver
Building a good relationship with your professional caregiver is important, but it can be difficult to know how. Start off strong with these eight tips.
Should I Hire a Private Caregiver or Use an Agency?
Using private caregivers versus a home care agency can be tempting, but make sure you know these 7 risks of hiring private caregivers before pursuing it.
Senior Stories: Changing the Way the World Ages One Client at a Time
Every senior has a unique life story. What’s yours? These impactful senior stories make us proud to provide care to aging adults in our communities.
How do I Know if Mom and Dad Need Help with Their Taxes?
It’s that time of year again: tax season. Take a step back and observe whether you parents are showing any of these 5 warning signs. If so, it may be time to consider hiring a qualified individual, such as a professional fiduciary, to help protect your loved ones and their assets.
Send a Rose to a Senior this Valentine’s Day
Spread love on Valentine’s Day by joining the #CupidCrew movement and giving your senior loved one a rose. Or try one of ten more heart-warming activities.
Why Making New Friends is Essential at Every Age
People with strong social ties are happier and healthier but social circles can dwindle as people age. Learn how the LIFT program can help make new friends.
How to Pay for Home Care
Wondering how to pay for in-home caregiving services? Here are five ways to fund the essential care you might need to age well at home.
Springing a Leak? Incontinence Care for Seniors and Caregivers
Incontinence is a common problem for seniors but there are ways to manage an embarrassing situation with advanced preparation. Learn six strategies today.
Memory Care vs. 24 Hour Care: Which is Right for Your Loved One?
Deciding between memory care and 24-hour care for a loved one with dementia? We break down the benefits of each and provide questions to help guide the way.