Seniors

59 posts

A Bit of Light Can Make All The Difference

What do you expect to be doing with your time when you’re 90 years of age and beyond? In the dark about this? Don’t focus on possible limitations or what you have to do. Think about the strengths you bring to the world today and what you have in you to offer for as long as you live. Master Artist […]

Who You Gonna Call?

The Life Care Manager – A Stress Buster Everyone Needs In 2016 my husband wound up in the ER with what was eventually diagnosed as pneumonia with systemic encephalopathy. That was a scary sudden event and his stroke-like symptoms a valuable wake up call. In the ER that day, my usually able-bodied and lucid sweetheart couldn’t sit up by himself […]

Who’s in Your Wallet?

Financial fraud, scams and exploitation of the elderly is a multi-billion dollar industry. It’s not just “the mob”, overseas “pirates”, or corporations greedily infiltrating their come ons with nefarious fine print. Sometimes it’s a friend, a trusted caregiver or even a family member who gets a whiff of the green and decides to act out their dreams of living the high life. […]

Grabbing Our Advantage

In April the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) announced it would allow non-skilled in-home supports to be added as a supplemental benefit for Medicare Advantage (MA) plans in 2019. As might be expected, corporations, such as major insurance carriers (Humana) and Home Health Care Agencies immediately began plans to capitalize on this new funding stream. One such player is […]

Be Good To Yourself in the Garden

Oh My Aching Hand! All I did was prune three bushes and spread some mulch around with a rake on Earth Day. OK, maybe I also lifted weights and relocated a couch in the sunroom too soon after. But really, am I that fragile? The truth is, yes. I’ve reached the age where one needs to “prepare and take care” […]