It is important to nurture friendships as we age.
One of the most difficult conversations my husband had with his father was trying to persuade him not to drive anymore. We had the warning signs, dents and scraps on the vehicle and sides of the garage. He had macular degeneration and we could tell his eyes were failing. At one point the family doctor […]
What do you want your perspective caregivers to know should something happen and they are suddenly making decisions for you?
Our future caregivers! Tomorrow school begins for many Canadian students. It always makes me think of new beginnings. What are you beginning today? I thought today is the perfect time to launch my BLOG….. Rewire Before You Expire….a blog that I hope will help baby boomers think about aging. Over the winter I took a […]
I didn’t write for six years. My parents and my husband’s parents would be shocked and then heartbroken to think they had caused my caregiver burnout. I don’t blame them. I was responsible. I wanted to support them. They had been great parents for us. For 37 years I was the front-line family caregiver. Bob’s […]