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5 Tips for Combating Caregiver Isolation

    Caregiving for a senior loved one can be rewarding role. Providing daily assistance to someone who took care of you as a child can give you an opportunity to reconnect and build memories. The downside is it can also be lonely, especially if the older...

How to Live Well in a Smaller Space

    Studio apartments are most often linked to young adults without children. But there is another generation that is now choosing studio apartments. With the senior population on the rise, it is time to take a look at how to downsize and live well in a...

How to Start the Conversation About Assisted Living

    Communication in serious matters like this is important, so before you have the discussion about assisted living, look into the things you need to know and give yourself time to process. Keep the Discussion About Senior Living Options Ongoing. Making...

How to Downsize with Alzheimer’s in the Mix

  Downsizing is taxing on the body and can take an emotional toll on everyone involved. The emotions associated with this can be complicated if one of the seniors involved has Alzheimer’s. Here are 4 tips that can help make the transition smoother for, not only...

5 Must-Have Home Modifications for Seniors Aging in Place

  Due to increasing life expectancy, more people are aging in place now than ever, especially with long-term care costs continually rising and some areas seeing a shortage of care available. While it may be intimidating to consider your loved one aging in their...

Helping Your Aging Parents Declutter and Downsize

  Perhaps your parents are having difficulty managing in their two-story, four-bedroom home, where one is being used as a bedroom and the other three are being used for storage. It might be more sensible, and safer, for them to move into a smaller place on one...