Loneliness Hurts… Loneliness has nothing going for it. It depresses. It hurts. It kills. And, you can do something about it. Every year July 11th is a day set aside to Cheer Up The Lonely. It’s a day to help grow awareness of the lonely and to brighten up their lives aRead More →

Aging Is Not The Same For Everyone As you are probably aware, the Palm Springs area is becoming a popular place to retire for people in the LGBT community.  With that comes the need for awareness and sensitivity to the different needs of the LGBT population as they age.  I’ve had theRead More →

The cost of Assisted Living Facilities in California can vary from $3,000 – $10,000 per month. The statewide average as of 2018 was $4,070/month. Sometimes people have a false sense of security about what their insurance will pay. It’s important to know right up front that Medicare will not pay for assistedRead More →

This is a question I’ve been thinking about a lot lately. In my business, I oftentimes speak with family members who are looking for a senior care option for their loved one. Quite often they are contacting me when there is a crisis and the primary caregiver for their loved one isRead More →

Reason To Hope

The Alzheimer’s Association Presents The Inaugural Reason To Hope Luncheon On Thursday, April 4, 2019, the Alzheimer’s Association will hold their inaugural Reason to Hope luncheon at the Indian Wells Golf Resort event pavilion.  The event will include a silent auction, guest speakers, plated lunch and of course, the unbelievable views that thisRead More →