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Choosing Home Care Wisely

My sister, Alyson, and I are experienced, Senior Care Advisors. So we wouldn’t blame you for assuming that all decisions we make on behalf of our parents come easily, one hundred percent of the time. We wouldn’t blame you… but you’d be wrong. That’s because when it comes to home care, the road to finding

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Mommy in the Middle

I began my new career last month as a “home schooling mom” with the best of intentions. On the first weekend after the COVID shutdown of my seven-year-old daughter’s school, and following the guidelines provided by her teacher, I powered up Excel and created a color-coded schedule of what we would be doing each day:

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Discussions around COVID-19


Michelle Woodbrey, CEO with 2Sisters Senior Living Advisors has a conversation with Lisa Jacobs, COO with the Golden Pond Communities in Hopkinton about her community has pivoted to accommodate the needs of their residents and team members.

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Supporting Your Loved Ones From the Outside

These last several weeks have tested us all. With schools, restaurants, social gatherings and all public events shut down, we are realizing how intertwined our lives are with one another. And now, as we are forced to cocoon day after day with our immediate family (thank goodness for pets!), we are all feeling the strain.

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Elder Care in The Face of Covid-19

It was two years ago this summer that my mom and dad moved into an independent living community. My dad had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s ten years earlier, and while he was (and is) still doing relatively well, they were eager to make the change while they could both still enjoy the advantages and features

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Engaging Voices Podcast hosted by Stacey Shipman

Podcast – Engaging Voices Episode 43

Our CEO, Michelle Woodbrey, was recently a guest on Stacey Shipman’s podcast, Engaging Voices. Through her podcast, Stacey highlights creative entrepreneurs who are bringing ideas to life and creating positive change in their company or community.

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Perception Is Reality

I drive a lot in the course of my work. Our company serves all of Massachusetts and it’s not unusual for me to drive hundreds of miles in a single week. As you can imagine, I am very dependent on my car. But the truth is, I don’t really know a lot about how it

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A Reluctance to Move

My first job after graduate school was in an assisted living community — Sunrise of Boulder in Colorado. It was 2003 and I was hired as the Activity and Volunteer Coordinator. My sister and business partner, Alyson, was a Care Manager in that same community. Throughout our careers since then, Alyson and I have helped

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