Tag Archive | lonliness
The Annals of Internal Medicine reported on Age-Associated Financial Vulnerability(AAFV): An Emerging Public Health Issue back in 2015. They define “AAFV as a pattern of financial behavior that places an older adult at substantial risk for a considerable loss of resources, such that dramatic changes in quality of life would result, and that is inconsistent with previous […]
For older adults living at home, a ringing phone is quite alluring. Even the FCC has failed to block the robocallers.
On a personal level, the topic of loneliness has become a growing issue in my community, and not just an issue for older adults. As we move through our own life circumstances, friends come in and out of our lives. The good friendships formed when you volunteered at your kid’s elementary school grow weak when […]
The owner(s) of the online site(s) you accepted the “terms and conditions” to before getting access dictate your digital rights on their service. Our world moved faster than the laws and after years of frustration, many of the online giants are starting to do more to address the issue of digital asset rights for their users. […]
My caregiving journey has moved from tasks I can manage by myself to a three-ring circus. Under the three tents we have: The Assisted Living Community: The center ring that has the overarching task of care, but also has the least amount of bandwidth with very busy employees who care for many residents with a […]