Tag Archives: aging parents

When and How to Have “The Talk” About Moving into Senior Living

We all know it – growing older is inevitable. Sadly, there comes a point in time where our wants, needs and abilities change, and though it is a normal way of life, these changes are sometimes difficult to accept. Therefore, … Continue reading

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Join us on The Longest Day to Honor the Alzheimer’s Association

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive, debilitating disease that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior.  More than 5.4 million Americans are currently living with the disease. There is no cure, no prevention and no way to slow down the disease. … Continue reading

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Guest Blog Post: Rx – The Gift of Time

By Dick Edwards, Retired Mayo Clinic Eldercare Specialist, Speaker, and Author of “Mom, Dad… Can We Talk? Insight and Perspectives to Help Us Do What’s Best for Our Aging Parents” and “My Grandparent: A Life & Times Journal for Grandchildren of All Ages.” … Continue reading

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Guest Blog Post: Tough Conversations with Our Aging Loved Ones

By Dick Edwards, Retired Mayo Clinic Eldercare Specialist, Speaker, and Author of “Mom, Dad… Can We Talk? Insight and Perspectives to Help Us Do What’s Best for Our Aging Parents” and “My Grandparent: A Life & Times Journal for Grandchildren … Continue reading

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