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Managing the Personal Details for Exceptional Care
Advance Directives are important, because without them families are left struggling to determine what their loved one would have wanted for themselves. These matters are literally life and death, because without direction family members will have to make decisions about life-sustaining medical procedures.
In this month of love, we ponder all of the positive feelings that go along with the word love in our language.
When I do an initial assessment with a client I often times find that they or their caregivers are concerned about medications. Whether it’s remembering to take their medication or becoming overwhelmed trying to remember if they already took it, it can be tricky for many seniors.
Redirecting, rather than correcting, disoriented thoughts and behavior is a way of meeting our loved ones where they are.
As we age we must take into consideration the unknown and be proactive, especially when it comes to our financial, and other business matters.
For a certain part of the population, shorter days with less sunlight and cloudy days can be problematic.
South Carolina has a straightforward way of dealing with this situation by offering a service to review a driver’s ability to drive safely.
How can I make my home more comfortable for my loved one for a holiday visit?
Men and women who are considered The Greatest Generation lived through both The Great Depression and World War II.