This podcast episode discusses ways to maintain harmony in various relationships – familial, friendship or business partnerships. Our key advice is to acknowledge what we can be grateful for rather than dwelling on negatives.
Long-time readers of this newsletter know that Alyson and I have worked hard these past several years to find the best care and living situation for our dad who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s more than 15 years ago. There is a lot to figure out! Options and decisions touch on so many interconnected areas — geographic, financial,
If nurses make the worst patients, then senior care professionals make the worst adult children. We discuss how all of us need professional help at times.
Getting on the same page with a loved one about their long-term care needs requires planning. In this episode, we discuss our experiences with these conversations.
How are you planning for the inevitable end of life? We’ve collected resources that will help you navigate your options.
Words matter. They impact how we feel, how we react. What word choices can we make when talking about long term care options?
What does it truly mean to live independently? How has the idea changed?
Struggling to talk about end-of-life care with a loved one? In this episode, we discuss helpful resources that can guide your conversation.
How are you planning for the inevitable end of life?
Caring for someone who has dementia is challenging. Join us as we discuss useful strategies of communication.