Category Archives: Trusts

Who May Act as An Agent Under a Power of Attorney?

November 28th, 2016, Elder Care Matters Q&A discusses the importance of selecting an Agent under a Power of Attorney

Question:  Who may act as an agent under a Power of Attorney? Continue reading

Changes in Mom’s Sense of Humor Can Be Early Signs of Dementia

Often, with diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia, the first signs and symptoms are subtle and are confused with normal signs of aging. So the diseases go unnoticed for many years. A recent study hopes to shed some light on one of the early signs of Alzheimer’s and dementia, one that sometimes emerges years before any other symptoms: changes in a person’s sense of humor. Continue reading

CHRISTMAS POPS 2016 – TICKETS GIVE-A-WAY!!!

Christmas Pops tickets will be available THIS Saturday, November 19th, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.!!!!!!! Continue reading

How You Can Handle Caregiver Criticism

When it comes to how Mom is taken care of and by whom, there are often disagreements. If you are Mom’s primary caregiver, you may sometimes feel hurt or angry when other members of the family disagree with you about how you are handling a certain situation. Feeling criticized can lead us to question our skills and our self-worth. Try to deal with situations where you feel criticized before the criticism sends you into caregiver burnout. Continue reading

Common Myths About Senior Eating & Nutrition

As we age, our bodies change. Seniors eat differently and require a different level of nutrition than they did as younger adults. Let’s take a look at some of the common myths about senior eating and nutrition. Continue reading