Earlier this month I finally made the decision to sell my parents house which is 3000 miles across the country. They passed away almost 12 years ago and I rented it out for awhile, but was finally ready to let it go, from an emotional perspective.
As boundaries around sheltering in place are becoming more flexible, most of us are experiencing some semblance of a return to normalcy. However, for seniors and those with compromised immune systems, shelter in place will likely continue for quite
One of the hardest things for seniors at this time – or anytime, really – is a lack of socialization. Adult children are busy with their own lives. Many of their friends have passed. Even in a retirement community or assisted living facility they may
Data indicates that seniors, especially those with underlying conditions, are particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus. That means it’s especially important for them to stay at home as much as possible. So how do they get the food, medicine and
It can be especially worrisome for adult children and other family caretakers during this crisis when their aging loved one has dementia or mobility issues and lives alone. There are a variety of technology devices on the market that are designed
Ninety percent of seniors say they want to age in place, according to AARP. They like their independence. But that independence may come at the price of “peace of mind” for their adult children and others who love and care for them. What if they