The Sandwich Generation: Dealing with Aging Parents While Raising Kids

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-Written by Adult Care Advisors | No Comments August 4, 2014

This article will look at tips and financial considerations for anyone dealing with aging parents and adult children at the same time. Are you “sandwiched” financially and emotionally between an aging parent and an adult child? According to a recent study, nearly half of Americans in their 40s and 50s have a parent aged 65… Read more »

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Understanding the Difference Between DNR and DNH Advance Directives

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-Written by Adult Care Advisors | No Comments May 5, 2014

When we prepare an Advance Directive, we are saying to those we love how we prefer to be treated when we can no longer speak for ourselves. It’s a gift to those we leave behind to know what they should do to best meet our wishes. To fully understand how advanced directives works for you,

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Helping Seniors Handle Spring Cleaning

-Written by Adult Care Advisors | No Comments April 29, 2014

Some of us look forward to the ritual of spring cleaning and the senior you know in nursing care may well enjoy it too. Spring cleaning helps us transition to the warmer months and longer days. Making the most of the nice weather can bring a little spring in anyone’s step. Tasks that are done… Read more »

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Fun Springtime Activities for Seniors

-Written by Adult Care Advisors | No Comments April 17, 2014

Spring is a special time of year for everyone – the leaves are coming out, flowers are blooming, and the days get longer and warmer. There is no age limit on enjoying spring! We all look forward to spring and it’s a great reason to spend some time with a senior you care about. At

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Transitioning to Assisted Living

-Written by Adult Care Advisors | No Comments April 7, 2014

When a senior and their family are facing the possibility of transitioning to an assisted living community, there can be many reactions – both from the senior and from the various family members who care for the elderly person. If possible, giving the situation some time will help because with time, people can work through… Read more »

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