It is both daunting and nerve-racking to determine the best type of community for you or an elderly loved one when remaining at home is no longer safe.  Assisted Living and Long-Term Care (referred to as nursing homes in the past) have several differences to be considered when making a decision to transition. What is… Read More


Two years ago, Inc.com reported a 90% success rate for franchises and a 40-45% success rate for independently started businesses. There is much to consider if you are wanting to build a new business, especially during these times. Think seriously about investing in a franchise where there are established systems, existing support, and a recognized… Read More


Smartphone apps have now become common in the technological makeup of our worlds. There are apps for reminding us to drink water, help identify flora and fauna, organize finances, and even how to do our taxes. App abilities are endless; however, Seniors may feel challenged with an additional piece of technology. Bridge to Better Living… Read More


We all have a need to be connected during these times, especially Seniors. Smartphone use among Seniors increases each year. Fifty-nine percent of 65- to 69-year-olds and 31% of 75- to 79-year-olds now have and use Smartphones according to the Pew Research Center. Seniors are waking up to the realization there are many choices when it… Read More


Healthcare and world events have created new and profound levels of insecurity. The world questions a new “normal” as COVID research presents conflicting news reports each day. Now, more than ever, it is important to practice emotional self-care. This article offers five suggestions to help you or your loved one manage stress and anxiety while… Read More