Living and functioning better with arthritis Part 2 Look for devices, equipment and the most family like companion care and residential care when needed.
Don’t give up on discovering a means to handle your arthritis discomfort. Taking care of a crippling condition can leave you feeling aggravated and desperate – particularly if you are having trouble discovering any treatment choices that work. If ... Read More
Safe Harbor-Lesson in Assisted LivingMom and Step mom were human. The X- Wife, Susan Sarandon, was jealous of the younger, new wife, Julia Roberts, but in the end when her breast cancer was progressing, the mom, Susan Sarandon, wanted the best for everyone even her X husband, her kids and her rival the Step Mom, Julia Roberts. That is ... Read More
Las Vegas Reniew Journal Article “Alzheimer’s Rising Storm” 12 10 12 Comments on LVRJ Article “Alzheimer’s Rising Storm” 12 10 12, section D, Dont Despair, There are Many Senior Care Alternatives at many price points. While the author notes a “Rising Storm” and notes one care choice that costs 5K and a second choice to move out of state there are many high quality, small, personal, and COST EFFECTIVE ... Read More
NYT ARTICLES ON ASSISTED LIVING VS. HOSPICE: WHO IS IN CHARGE? Read the two articles below and comment.
Assisted living vs. Hospice: Who is in Charge?
Click on these links for the two articles from the NYT. Assisted Living VS. Hospice: Who’s in charge? http://newoldage.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/11/16/assisted-living-vs-hospice-whos-in-charge/ Managng the Assisted Living VS. Hospice Dilemma. http://newoldage.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/11/19/managing-the-assisted-living-vs-hospice-dilemma/?pagewanted=print The New York Times is right on the money and we applaud them for discussing this. To be fair we believe ... Read More