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Caregivers get so very good at living with day-to-day stress that they often don’t realize that “they’re up the creek without a paddle” … until it’s too late.
I know I was not the first grey-haired child in history to hurtle into a crowded Emergency Room trailing behind a stretcher, fizzing in shame as everyone turned to look.
He’s a longtime family friend. Not the sort you’d ordinarily expect to find around our house, but a genuine good soul who has earned an undisputed place in our lives.
According to acknowledged psychological principles, one of the key reasons we humans struggle with change is because of our loss of perceived control.
Enjoy the sunshine and use your green thumb this spring with these handy gardening tips.
It took her a few seconds to realize that the sound of wind chimes was not the music of some temple in her dreamscape, but rather the ringing of her very real-life cell phone…
I found the following three tips very helpful when my mom became easily confused and frightened by the world around her.
Census numbers from Stats Canada show that seniors now outnumber children for the first time in the history of the survey. In fact, the most recent census reported the largest ever population of seniors since 1871.
I have had many conversations with retirees and have witnessed the potential and real trials and tribulations of those who have unpreparedly retired.
As we get older, you may notice your father holding his newspaper closer than he used to, or your mother taking longer to adjust to changes in lighting.