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
Assisted living communities and nursing homes provide care for a large number of older adults, short or long term. What guarantees exist that the care provided will be ethical, dignified, respectful and of a quality to ensure good care? Most assisted... Read more
Thanks to an investigative report called Selling Seniors by Michael Berens, Seattle Times Reporter, the state of Washington will be the first state to pass legislation requiring the unregulated elder care referral businesses that often call themselves FREE to meet... Read more
Did you ever consider that diseases have an emotional cause? That you can cure whatever ails you, be it a terminal illness, cancer or a chronic disease? Consider the benefits of alternative medicine after traditional medicine fails to solve the problem. I visited... Read more
Can exercise and proper nutrition reduce risk factors of aging? A Kaiser Permanente television advertising campaign reports that 1 in 2 Coloradans are overweight or obese. It’s well known that obesity, now a national epidemic in the United States, is a risk... Read more
It’s the time of year that the cold – flu thing is going around. I always claim to be super healthy, which I usually am, but once every other year or so I get it. It is usually a nasty head cold that begins with a sore throat, moves into my ears and then had my head... 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.