Parents want what’s best for their children, and so do grown children who have aging parents. Choosing to resettle a loved one can be a very emotional experience for everyone involved. It requires big adjustments and can also raise many questions and concerns. Will my ...READ MORE
Did you know 27% of Americans aged 60 and older live alone? Tragically, many of today’s elderly are at risk of experiencing a medical emergency alone and possibly not receiving help until it’s too late.
If you are a home health care provider, you should ...READ MORE
Elevators make life more convenient for many people. They also make tall, vertical buildings possible. Few would want to live or work in a 30-story or taller tower, or even a 3-story building, if they had to take the stairs to the top floor. Elevators ...READ MORE
When it comes to protecting yourself or loved ones, there’s likely nothing you wouldn’t try or do. One of the best ways to protect yourself, a patient or loved one is with an mPERS unit. While they’re most commonly associated with older adults, mPERS devices ...READ MORE
Every person from time to time needs a little bit of extra assistance. While money alone is helpful to some, genuine care and intentional contributions to their well-being have the same or better results. You might be a care provider, counselor or local official. Whatever ...READ MORE