While aging in place sounds perfect, in today’s world it does not work. Home Care may give caregivers some reassurance that their loved one is being safely supported. The truth is they are not unless you are financially able to supplement it.
It’s time to rethink the way we care for the elderly and those with complex medical needs. Let’s make thoughtful wise decisions so all benefit. The needs of 20 years ago are not the needs of today. Staffing levels and wages must reflect these changes.
If we were to run day cares or any child care the way elder care is operated there would be a huge outcry and rightfully so. Let’s maintain those same standards for those who grew our country. Let’s look at dignified and specialized care for our elders.
Self isolation during this pandemic has given us the gift of time…something to savour or save for later. For me, it is to consciously slow down. It’s been an interesting exercise. I am now aware of my speed when eating, I don’t rush when I’m cooking or baking, I try to focus on the job …
As seniors as can be positive and cheerleaders for our families. What can you do today?
Nourish your close relationships and achieve self-satisfaction when you give yourself permission to slow down.
We are home from our winter spot and are on Day 6 our our self-isolation. What better time to begin to purge? As I put clothes away I decided there was no time like the present tackle jobs I have been putting off. I went on various websites and blogs for information on how to …
Writing down memories is a super way to preserve our family history for our children and grandchildren. Begin today!
Travelling as a senior helps boost confidence, expand our knowledge and is fun!
What memories are we baby boomers leaving with our grandchildren?