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My Mother, the Coed

I recently came across an article that was so well written I wanted to share it with every family who is facing the overwhelming and emotional decision to move their loved one to a senior living apartment. Read it and you too may wonder – why wait? Read the full story by clicking here.

Hospital Observation vs. Admitted Status

Here’s a Riddle:   When are you in the hospital, but not “in” the hospital?  Answer:  When you are in an Observation Stay. More often than ever, seniors find themselves in a hospital for an accident or illness, only to later learn when they try to access skilled nursing benefits, they were never formally admitted to
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Enjoying Life Once Again

Think back… didn’t you see your parents shed a tear when you were hurt or disappointed;  happy when you made the grades or won an award, patted you on the back when you tried your best, and always let you know how proud they were of you?   Weren’t you afraid to walk into school on
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Celebrating Commencement

I recently watched with pride as my son crossed the stage receiving his hard-earned college degree.  I have also watched his excitement and anxiety as he began looking for his first “real” job.  The thrill of accepting a position immediately brought another stress in finding a place to live in a new city.  While as
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The “Aging in Place Equals Good Quality of Life” Paradigm

If we are truly being honest with ourselves, we would all like to age gracefully and comfortably in our own homes. The thought of having to relocate to an environment that offers supportive services that we may need when we age is not appealing to us. It’s human nature to desire our independence and we
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