Long-Term Decisions Caregivers and Charges Need to Think About

By June Duncan Taking care of a loved one is a complicated experience. It’s full of many hardships and heartaches, but also moments of joy and love. However, one of the most defining parts of caring for a declining loved one is uncertainty. It’s often impossible to know what tomorrow will bring, and that unpredictability… Read more »

Is Your Elderly Loved-one Overmedicated?

One in three Americans over the age of 65 take 5 or more prescription medications daily. Overmedication in the aging population is an area of concern that is drawing attention as the population of people over the age of 60 grows rapidly. It is described as the use of medications that aren’t clinically indicated or… Read more »

The Heartbreak of Loneliness

One of the most challenging things facing our seniors is loneliness. In the hustle and bustle of daily life, it’s easy for those in the “sandwich generation” to forget how long the days can be for their loved ones living alone. Covid has exacerbated the isolation many seniors experience. Loss of mobility, failing eyesight and… Read more »