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  • When Food Becomes "Famous" Like many people, I associate memories with food. Put a chocolate Whoopie Pie in front of me and I’m transported back to visits with my grandparents and my grandmother’s amazing baking skills. But nothing quite compares to the notoriety that belongs to my mother’s ... Continue Reading

Home Care

  • I’d Love To Come To The Party – But What’s The Point? Seniors who are hard of hearing – but physically fit and mentally alert – will often shy away from social situations. They will tell you that it’s “too noisy for me” or “I just don’t feel up to it today.” If you suggest that they get involved at a senior center the reaction ... Continue Reading

Home Care Resources

  • How To Engage With Your Loved One Who Is In the Dementia Unit of a Facility Is your loved one in the locked dementia area of a facility? Are you unable to visit your loved one due to the pandemic? Here are some tips on how you can continue to engage…….. Each facility is unique and they have their own procedures/processes and protocols. If you are ... Continue Reading
  • Even Children Know When A Senior Needs Help Even Children Know When A Senior Needs Help…. A True Story I Just Had To Share…. Recently, I had the pleasure of attending an event where I was representing Griswold Home Care. I had a table, and my brochures were easily visible. Many people walked by to chat, and then there ... Continue Reading