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Blog - December 2017


Having guests? How to prepare your home for older adults

Posted on December 18, 2017 in Caregiving, Community Care, Home Care

Whether it's for a special occasion or just because, hosting an older adult in your home can be a wonderful experience with lots of memory-making potential.

Blog - March 2017


Weighing the Costs of Aging in Place

Posted on March 15, 2017 in Active Aging, Health and Wellness, Home Care, Senior Lifestyle Options

According to a new survey by Freddie Mac, more than two-thirds of homeowners - 43 million people - say they want to age in place.

Blog - November 2016


A Good Caregiver is a Healthy Caregiver

Posted on November 16, 2016 in Active Aging, Health and Wellness, Home Care, Hospice

The deeply personal responsibility of caring for a loved one with a devastating disease constitutes a "labor of love," but caregiving can take a severe emotional and physical toll on those providing it.

Alzheimer’s Awareness — What to Do First After Dementia Discovered or Diagnosed

Posted on November 16, 2016 in Caregiving, Home Care

While much about Alzheimer's disease is focused on facts and figures, consider this from another angle: What to do when you suspect a loved one has Alzheimer’s, or you’ve just received the diagnosis (What next?).

Blog - December 2014


WVXU Cincinnati: Seniors want presence, not presents, this holiday season

Posted on December 18, 2014 in Home Care

Gift-giving season is in full swing and many people have at least one hard to shop for person on their list. For some, that person might be an elderly relative. If so, put down the bubble bath, leave the gooey sticky candies on the shelf, and for goodness sake, No More KnickKnacks!