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Aging in Place as a Family

  • Senior Happiness: "My Elderly Parent is Never Happy" “My elderly parent is never happy.” Unfortunately, this is an experience for many caregivers since older adults are more likely to experience depression and social isolation. If you feel your loved one is experiencing depression, be sure to speak with a psychologist or ... Continue Reading
  • Frugal Living Tips for Seniors For people on a fixed income or preparing to enter that lifestyle, knowing how to save money can be nothing short of essential. According to US Government research, most people can expect to spend about two decades in retirement. And over that time, frugal living can be the ... Continue Reading
  • Choosing Between Spouse and Elderly Parent Choosing Between Spouse and Elderly Parent As the circle of life unfolds, many adult children find themselves caring for an elderly parent. In some cases, that means taking care of little things, such as picking up groceries, taking them to the doctor, or helping with ... Continue Reading
  • Living with Elderly Parents: What to Consider Living with your elderly parents can seem like a great idea. Living together means there is no need to pay rent or a mortgage on two different houses. If your elderly parents are young and healthy, they can become “built-in” babysitters, leaving you free for a date night and ... Continue Reading
  • What to do When an Elderly Parent Can't Walk Anymore Fears of your elderly parent falling can cause you a lot of distress, especially if they live alone. We know there are accessibility options such as wheelchair assistance for parents but what do you do when your loved one refuses to use them? And how can you make their home ... Continue Reading
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