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5 Signs Your Senior Parent Should Not Be Living Alone

Making the decision that it’s time for your senior parent to stop living alone can be difficult. The signs that there is a problem can be very subtle at first. If your senior parent is starting to exhibit any of the following behaviors, it might be time to talk to them about not living alone anymore. 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

Forgetfulness vs. Dementia

As we age, our bodies change. We lose some of our physical abilities, and our responses to certain things become slower. Loss of hearing or eyesight, decreased strength and stamina, and even some forgetfulness are all normal processes of aging. But when are these changes a sign of something more serious? What is the difference between simple forgetfulness and dementia? Continue reading

Tips for Having “The Talk” with Mom about Assisted Living

As an outside observer, often times, it is the child who first notices changes in Mom that signal it may be time for her to move to an assisted living community. How will she react? How should you bring it up? Knowing what to say and how to begin can be the most difficult part of the entire conversation. So here are a few tips to help you talk with Mom about moving to an assisted living community. Continue reading

How Long Is A Will Valid??

The mere passage of time has no effect on the validity of the will. Individuals and families experience life changes every 2 to 5 years. So even though a will remains valid, the individual and family’s needs change. Tax laws and statutes controlling wills and trusts change as well.   Continue reading