The isolation generated by the COVID quarantines left seniors more vulnerable to scammers and increased potential for financial elder abuse.
Mike’s column discusses the true costs of in-home versus institutional care for seniors.
When trying to determine the best residential options for an elder loved one, there are many choices. Exploring the differences is important both from a financial and a lifestyle perspective.
In his book, “How to Say it to Seniors: Closing the Communication Gap with our Elders,” David Solie explores the developmental crisis we experience as older adults. As children, teens, young adults, and mid-life adults we advance our development by experiencing and resolving a series of life-stage crises. It could be easy to believe by…
Involving the whole family in conversations about important topics, like the care plan for aging parents, can help families avoid making panic-driven decisions in times of crisis.
Providing care for a aging loved one can be a daunting task. Reduce uncertainty by understanding more about the role before taking it on.