April Is National Humor Month Were you fooled on April 1st? April Fools’ Day has been celebrated for centuries. I was always fooled as a child growing up in my family. My father and brother were experts at creating laughter on April 1st. There are positive benefits of humor or laughter in your daily life.
Christmas Traditions and Giving This will be a year that stays in our memory banks. So much is different and yet many traditions stay the same. Giving gifts is a wonderful part of Christams and this year there are so many in need. Traditions What are the traditions you are planning to maintain this
2020 Holiday Gifts for the Older Adult in your Life Have you already put your gift list together? Are their older adults in your life you are thinking about. More gifts will be mailed vs personally delivered this year given social distancing. USPS says to have packages in the mail by December 15. Here are
Social Injustice I will never truly be able to fully understand what it is like to have black skin. Yet, I ask myself, could I understand better than I do? And how can I help moving forward? My heart has been heavy watching all the civil unrest. How can I be demonstrating that black
Elder Loved One in Hospital with Broken Hip During COVID-19 Having a parent that has gone through the process of a hospital stay and rehab without a pandemic is difficult. Now add the care needs of a loved one with COVID-19 and it’s even more complex. Here are 10 tips when considering rehab: Determine if
We All Want To Live At Home In Old Age, But Know Nothing About the Quality of Care We’ll Get There MARCH 19, 2014 BY HOWARD GLECKMAN More than eight of every 10 people who need long-term support and services receive this care at home rather than in nursing homes or other institutional facilities. And nearly