I had the honor of participating in Jefferson County Colorado’s Senor Law Day today making it clear that a committed group of individuals organized by Cary Steven Johnson, Director Crime Prevention of the 1st District Attorney’s Office for Peter Weir can... Read more
The familiar saying “you can choose your friends but not your family” becomes a glaring reality when adult parents might benefit significantly from a little assistance. The situation may not only be that adult children are concerned about the demands of... Read more
Caregivers deserve kindness, support and empathy. That’s often the opposite of a caregivers daily experience. The general public isn’t drawn to sad, unexpected or unpleasant events in life. Sad events happen only to other people: a diagnosis of cancer,... Read more
Ever wonder why your personal physician, your friends who aren’t caregivers or others just don’t get what you’re going through? It’s because we all live with different paradigms – patterns and ways of thinking. Not many physicians have... Read more
Filing for Medicaid can be complicated and stressful. Ther iss a great deal of information required with a high level of detail. It is important not only to make the best effort to file an accurate application but to respond in a timely manner to any requests for... Read more
When some people hear the word adult day care or adult day centers they think child care. This perception is far from the truth. An adult day center may be just the bridge you need to prevent or delay your loved one from moving to a care community. Imagine having 12... Read more
The Caregiving Trap: Solutions for Life’s Unexpected Changes
Caring for aging parents and family members with declining health can stir up a range of feelings that include guilt, sadness, and exhaustion. Learn how to cope with the unexpected role of caregiving and care receiving.