Thursday, Dec. 7 is National Letter Writing Day, an opportunity to sit down and write some actual hard copy correspondence. In today’s world of email, texts and tweets, letter writing is quaintly old-fashioned if not a completely lost art.
Watch out! Nov. 24th is “Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day,” an unofficial holiday that encourages all of us to embrace our unique talent, skill, hobby or interest and celebrate by sharing one of the things that makes you, you.
Every stage in life has its trends: the transient younger years where we move from job to job and home to home to find our place in the world; the middle years where we settle down with a family; and the retirement years where the kids have flown the nest and we begin to evaluate a lifetime of accumulated stuff.Most seniors go through a phase where they take stock and decide life would be a little easier if they could downsize. Perhaps it’s in the name of de-cluttering for a cleaner home, ...
When a loved one is in the early stages of Alzheimer’s or dementia, there are a number of challenges families must face—and decisions to make at a time of high stress and limited information. Can the family take care of the relative? Is in-home assistance possible?
The LeadingAge Annual Meeting & Expo is coming up Oct. 29 to Nov. 1.