elderly care

Odalis Lopez is accused of using Rella and Leonard Herman's life savings to go on personal shopping sprees.
At least six people were reportedly victimized.
Jacqueline Ventura thought her mother was in the safest place she could be during Hurricane Irma. She was wrong.
The winner says, "When you’re as old as I am, it’s an achievement.”
These seniors are proving that age is no barrier to ruling the runway!
Being a parent is definitely one of the hardest jobs in the world. It can often be a pretty thankless job and there are thousands
Gov. Rauner should not cut programs for some of the most vulnerable citizens of our state.
While some assisted living residents leave their communities to visit family during the holidays, it's not uncommon for residents to stay put.
According to The Motley Fool, 59% of current retired seniors count on Social Security as their major source of income and
Visit them often If you live far away or close by, ensure you visit them as often as you can manage. The time you spend with
Many of you may already know the answers to these tough questions, but I know just as many of you may not. Nope, it's not
The critical aspect of becoming a caregiver, therefore, is not deciding to take on the role, should we choose to do so. It is making the choice to care; accepting the responsibility, surrendering to it, and even embracing it as an opportunity.
Last week I received a letter from a young lady in North Carolina that I've never met, thanking me for advice that I didn't know I'd given her. The author, a teenage girl, felt she'd "lost" her mother to caring for her grandma who has dementia. I've retyped the letter below (with minor edits for clarity/brevity and intentionally omitted names for privacy).
"It's about taking care of people during the day in a more supervised and clinical setting and helping people head back to
I am a sixty-five-year-old college professor standing in front of a class of seniors when my lecture suddenly veers wildly off course and I find myself talking about Irene McKee, my fifth-grade teacher. Here's what I tell them.
I have to find a moment to tell her between the memory lapses, to tell her... I, her daughter, have to tell her that I am taking away her freedom, her right to go home. I feel a huge, tight ball settle in the pit of my stomach.