Go-Stay Kit

Caregivers often become experts at preparedness when it comes to the small things. They bring extra information to doctor’s visits; they carry epi-pens for allergic reactions; they take their loved ones for frequent exams to detect and treat illnesses like cancer early. On outings caregivers bring extra snacks in case of a blood sugar drop, […]

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Elders want to share their life lessons and experiences. All they need is someone to ask

In a 2012 survey conducted by the Allianz Academy of Legacies, Baby Boomers were asked to rank their priorities when it comes to passing down an inheritance. This demographic ranked passing down family history and stories as far more important than leaving financial assets to heirs. Why then have so few people made provisions for […]

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Using a “Move Organizer”

If it’s time to downsize, that means moving. Moving can be hard, stressful, a royal pain–you name it. No matter how on board a person is with moving or how short of a move in distance it will be, no one welcomes the actual process of packing, hauling, and unpacking. Did we mention packing? Thankfully, […]

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The Five Best Personal Devices to Provide your Senior

Smartphone: A smartphone is a personalized device with the capabilities of calling, messaging, emailing, accessing the Internet, taking pictures or videos, and downloading apps. Users of any age are quickly overwhelmed by all of the features provided! Yet funnily enough, some of those overwhelming features are settings to simplify the phone and provide easy-to-follow navigation. […]

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