The Greatest Gift You Can Give … or Receive

Being Present

The greatest gift you can give another, is to be fully present with them and to give them your undivided attention. The greatest gift you can give yourself, is exactly the same. I came flying in for a crash landing at mid-life, after several decades of living hell-bent on creating a life … Continue reading

Selecting the Right Assisted Living Facility

Choosing to place your aging loved one in the care of someone other than yourself or another family member is a difficult decision. But, the bills are piling up; you have a busy job, and barely enough time to spend with friends and family. This is the realization that you … Continue reading

STRESS * BURN OUT * COMPASSION FATIGUE * ADRENAL FATIGUE *

Have you ever felt exhausted for a day or more after a stressful event?  During the event, energy was plentiful.  You danced at your son’s wedding or handled a crisis with ease and grace. That night, sleep came easily.  The next morning, however, you awoke tired and foggy headed.  Days later you your body still felt limp with fatigue … Continue reading

Caregivers Benefit from Internet Tools

In honor of National Family Caregiver Month: The month is coming to an end, but the job of the caregiver does not. Take a moment to thank a caregiver whenever you have the opportunity and if you are a caregiver, don’t hesitate to reach out to a support network online … Continue reading

Improving Home Safety and Ease of Mobility – Aging In Place

Tips For The Accessible Home By Patricia Moore  Accessibility to a home–both indoors and out — is important to help people of all ages maintain independence while ensuring safety and security.  Simple changes and upgrades to a home can help loved ones stay in their homes and familiar environments longer. … Continue reading

Create a Support Network in Your Hour of Need

Are you , or someone you know, facing or dealing with a health crisis? Are you desperate for a little extra help and support but don’t know where to turn?  Now, you don’t have to go it alone. Ten years ago my husband had a heart attack. We had two … Continue reading

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