He recognized an inner child in all of us, a younger version of ourselves harboring new fears as time suddenly found us in the middle of the “golden” years. “How did it get so late so soon? Its night before its afternoon. December is here before its June. My goodness how the time has flewn.… Read More

There are a host of potential dangers to seniors left in isolation. Risks include depression, injury, health decline and falls to name a few. We are communal beings needing to have contact with others. This doesn’t diminish with age. So how do you help your aging loved one avoid these pitfalls and keep from becoming… Read More

The stay may have been overnight, a week or much longer but there is something refreshing about finally going home. However, your feelings of relief at leaving the hospital may be mingled with uncertainty about how to care for your loved one without the help of professionals 24/7. The right follow-up care is essential. The… Read More

They were a perfect dance team and many of their friends were met and kept at the Friday night Dance Club. Sadly, it seems those days have come to an end with technology and an entirely different world of socialization. For the pre-Baby Boomers however, dance is still a religion. Seniors love moving to their… Read More

He begins by crooning of “soft summer nights” ending with “…but now the days are short, I’m in the autumn of my years…” Listening to the lyrics one begins to think of how lucky Sinatra was. Some even request the song to be performed at their funeral. If you were to choose the best of… Read More