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Keeping seniors at home and safe requires some thought

February 18, 2013


Wouldn’t it be nice if we could push a button and make the home safe for the age of the residents?  Unfortunately, that isn’t possible which means that we need to be proactive. I remember seeing the burned notices on the side of my grandmother’s refrigerator that faced the stove.  She had left something on the […]

Aging at home doesn’t need to be a pipe dream.

January 2, 2013


We envision a world where patients experience the safest, high quality care where ever they are served.  Join us in discussing family care giving and resources available to you at Caregiver Junction. When asked, 80 to 90 percent of older people say they want to remain in their own homes as long as possible. Most […]

A Desperate Act, Born of Depression

August 5, 2012


When I lived in Miami it was common for  stories like this to make the news and that was back in the 1990s.  The fact is we don’t do a good job of taking care of providing psychological treatment for anyone in the United States.  As family we need to be more aware of how […]