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Aging in Place as a Family

  • FMLA to Care for Elderly Parents? As our parents and loved ones grow older, they often need more care. This could mean more care than you can provide in the evenings and weekends when you are not working. If this is the case, but you aren’t ready to look into nursing home facilities or bringing outside help ... Continue Reading
  • House Plans for Seniors to Remain in Their Homes Aging in place is defined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as the ability to live in one’s own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of advancing age, income, or ability. But how can we assure we will be able to make this ... Continue Reading
  • Noticing the Signs: Does Your Loved One Need Help at Home? 2020 was a year like no other. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause increased feelings of loneliness and isolation , especially in seniors. It’s important to know what to look out for and how you can help keep these feelings at bay. However, loneliness and isolation may ... Continue Reading
  • Setting Boundaries With Difficult Elderly Parents Personal boundaries are guidelines or limits we set for ourselves to identify reasonable and permissible ways for others to behave toward us. Setting boundaries with difficult elderly parents can be challenging, especially if boundaries have not been respected in the past. ... Continue Reading
  • Downsizing Tips for Seniors Moving into a smaller space or simply decluttering for seniors can be quite the chore. Whether you’re downsizing your home to make space or downsizing for retirement, we’ll provide you with all of the tools you’ll need. What is Downsizing? Downsizing is when you move into a ... Continue Reading
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