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October 31, 2017

It’s not easy to decide when to retire. If you have a medical condition that’s worsening with age, calling it quits from the 9-to-5 grind a few years early could be exactly what you need to get the most out of retirement. On the other hand, if you’re not prepared to qu...

October 30, 2017

Accessible Environments aging in community Neighborhood Connections purposeful life Transportation

3 legged stool aging in place have been neglecting this blog lately, so I figured I might share a recurring theme that I have been speaking about recently at events and e...

October 27, 2017

The spirit of the Interdependence Day movement is one that should be studied by the eldercare sector. 

Last week our nation celebrated our independence from the British superpower.  However, we achieved that independence by one of the most heroic displays of INTERdepend...

October 26, 2017

When people learn I am in the “aging” business they usually open up and start telling me how “old” they feel, and how the “aging process” has got them down. Lately I have been sharing some tips on how these folks can better process this life transition, I hope they ins...

October 25, 2017

It’s been a difficult year for my 82-year-old widowed Dad. He had a strong heart, perfect blood pressure, complete mental capacity but a troublesome skeletal frame. In February this year, he collapsed out of bed and was unable to walk, even a little bit. He’d been wobb...

Sometimes referred to as “comfort care,” palliative care is a specialized approach to treating people with serious or life-limiting illnesses. Palliative care focuses on improving quality of life for patients and their families—not only in a physical sense but also in...

October 23, 2017

The ray of sunshine

At nearly 80, my Dad was suddenly blind except for a dot of peripheral vision in one eye, but it didn’t dampen his spirits or stop him from much. It often stopped me dead in my tracks, though, holding my breath, hoping the catastrophe I was envisio...

October 20, 2017

This week, home health care providers in New York may have been breathing a sigh of relief after the state’s Department of Labor (DOL) re-emphasized that employers should pay caregivers for 13 hours of any 24-hour shift. However, conflicting statements are leaving prov...

October 19, 2017

While the home health care industry has seen more and more regulations come through that pike, hospice may appear to be a bit more of a safe haven in post-acute care. However, increasing regulation pressures are likely to advance, according to Bill Dombi, president of...

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