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 →

Uber For Senior Citizens

Giving up the keys to the car is one of life’s most difficult transitions for many seniors.  It represents the loss of independence. Something none of us want to give up.  Many seniors also fear isolation so losing the ability to drive can have a significant impact both socially and psychologically. While transportation optionsRead More →

Exercise is Good For Seniors

In our last article If Exercise Is So Good For Seniors….. we asked the question, if exercise is good, why are so many seniors not doing it?  The health benefits of exercise and physical activity are many.  Regular exercise can prevent or delay disease, improve your mood and reduce your chance ofRead More →

Exercise for Seniors

Why Aren’t More Of Us Doing It? If exercise is good for seniors, why are so many seniors not doing it?  The health benefits of exercise and physical activity are many.  Regular exercise can prevent or delay disease, improve your mood and reduce your chance of injury.  But…is exercise good for seniors?Read More →

Home Care vs. Assisted Living

The Senior Tsunami You’ve probably heard the terms “senior tsunami” or “silver tsunami”.  They are terms used to describe the demographic phenomenon of population aging that we are experiencing right now.  As the Baby Boomers age during the next 20 years, the number of older Americans will rise dramatically.  With age comes less independenceRead More →