Early Stages

It’s a “Nothingburger”

It’s a “Nothingburger”

When your parents don’t want help but you can see they desperately need it.

Do your loved ones have an Umbrella Insurance policy?

Do your loved ones have an Umbrella Insurance policy?

Two options to help protect your loved ones assets when dementia is diagnosed.

Finding a Roommate for Mom or Dad

Finding a Roommate for Mom or Dad

Would a college-aged roommate be a good option for older adults?

Something Is Not Right with Mom & Dad and I Can’t Do a Thing About It.

Something Is Not Right with Mom & Dad and I Can’t Do a Thing About It.

You know Mom or Dad is having trouble, but they don’t want your help.

When an Independent Living Community isn’t always the Right Solution

When an Independent Living Community isn’t always the Right Solution

Sometimes, it might make more sense to bring in help at home than move into a retirement community.

The Cost of Aging in Place: Peace of Mind

The Cost of Aging in Place: Peace of Mind

Most older adults want to age in place but that often challenges the peace of mind of the adult children.

Navigating the Early Stages of Dementia

Navigating the Early Stages of Dementia

I feel that the early phases of dementia bring some of the hardest things to navigate. Things get lost, misplaced, or hidden really well, and it can be incredibly frustrating as well as humiliating to the person who is missing their phone, keys, purse, or wallet. With no short-term memory, it’s hard to rely on […]