This is a very tough subject. Obviously, if your loved one is at a certain stage in this disease, they should not be driving.
Monthly Archives: June 2018
Wake up. Get up. Many of us start our day with those simple tasks, not giving it much thought. But almost 28 percent of Americans over 65 reports having difficulty getting out of bed. While Americans are living longer and expecting a better quality of life than their predecessors, the ability to get out of […]
Losing a loved one is never easy. It is said that the hardest thing one will ever endure is burying a child. The second hardest is burying a spouse.
Hurricane season has made its entrance again. Individuals who are caring for loved ones must plan as far ahead as possible. Regardless of how many hurricane seasons weathered, current knowledge is literally a lifesaver.
Taking care of two elderly parents with different needs was not an easy task. For me it was on the job training that I learned from interacting with the professionals I met along the way, from living day to day with the challenges that I experienced, from others who had gone through this trying time, […]