Massachusetts has greatly embraced the use of senior living referral professionals as a means of making effective use of time, energy and resources for consumers looking for supportive housing and care options. One problem, however, is that the referral industry is, for the most part, currently unregulated. There are quite a few referral agencies that
On Sunday, June 7, we will lace up our sneakers and set out to walk three miles around the expansive Reebok campus in Canton, Mass. We are certain that we can cover the distance because we are walking with a purpose – to raise money for the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Parkinson’s Disease Association
The diagnosis of Alzheimer’s is devastating news to any family, and often pushes spouses, adult children and siblings into crisis mode. The pressures for making immediate decisions about caretaking and new living situations can suddenly seem paramount and overwhelming. Most people are reluctant to relinquish the care of their loved one to someone else. We
For those that missed Michelle on the Caregiving Power Hour, below is the audio from the call. Caregiving Power Hour Oct 2013 with Michelle Woodbrey For more info on A. Michael Bloom, or the Caregiving Power Hour, please visit his website at www.bloomforcoach.com.
The recent “Frontline” Story on PBS has drawn national attention to Assisted Living, exposing a couple of terrible and tragic situations in a few communities while seeming to serve an indictment of an entire industry. Because our business is all about helping families navigate the maze of options in senior living, and because we have
Come rain or shine, the 27th Annual Walkathon for the American Parkinson’s Disease Association (APDA) Massachusetts Chapter is Sunday, June 9th. It’s guaranteed to be a day that will make a difference in the lives of those living with Parkinson’s disease. The total walk is three miles, and friends and family are welcome to walk any part
At 2Sisters Senior Living Advisors, we’ve seen some seniors put off the search for long-term care and living options because of a fear that they will have to give up their pets when they move into a community. We’re here to dispel that myth. Some communities do allow pets, and we believe the positive benefits
Michelle from 2Sisters Senior Living Advisors was recently a guest on local elder law attorney Rob Romano’s TV Show, “The Rob Romano Show.” PLYMOUTH — Michelle Woodbrey, a Plymouth resident and cofounder and CEO of 2Sisters Senior Living Advisors, was a recent guest on The Rob Romano Show, taped monthly at the Quincy access