Fall has arrived.  The word “fall” is on my mind and it conjures up all sorts of associations.  For example, “fall” connects to “harvest” in my brain.  As a result I’m imagining the cornucopia of…

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The change of seasons can trigger memories for people of all ages, particularly for older adults.  Reminiscing and retelling stories from the past is an important way to feel connected to important people even when…

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Transitional Care

What is transitional care? Have you ever needed help with transportation and/or prescription pick-up during an illness or when being discharged from an outpatient surgery or hospital stay? During the time of recovery having in-home support is essential…

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Testimonials are fascinating to read.  They are like windows into other people’s lives.   Because we all experience things differently why would we want to know about someone’s personal endorsement?  I’ll tell you why…it is because…

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As the holidays progress many older adults experience the unfolding of agitation, disappointment, and sadness.  Depending upon the age of a senior, which will rank them somewhere between older to oldest in their peer group…

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Unique research into eye-movements of young and old people while reading discovers that word recognition patterns change as we grow older. Why older people struggle to read fine print – New study issued by University…

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