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Parents Aging at Home

Have you found yourself worried that something isn’t wrong with your aging parent, worried that you are overlooking a problem? Rather than wait for a crisis to strike, take time to plan for how you can maintain your loved one’s  safety and quality of life. Here are five strategies to keep status quo.  When An Aging … Continue reading Five Tips to Maintain an Aging Parent’s Independence at Home

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aging crisis, long-distance caregiving, care management

What happens when your aging father dies and you discover he’s been covering up your mother’s dementia and declining health? Add to that…you live three states away. What do you do? Who could possibly understand the crisis  you have uncovered? And who can help? Help! My Father Died and He was Hiding my Mother’s Dementia Here … Continue reading Managing Crisis Situations: One Aging Life Care Professional’s Story

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tips for traveling with older people

Just because someone’s reached a certain age, it doesn’t mean they can no longer travel. Traveling with aging loved ones just take a little more planning and preparation. These tips for aging travelers will make traveling and vacationing more comfortable and less stressful for all involved. There’s No Age Limit on Travel By Patricia Charles, … Continue reading Six Tips for Aging Travelers

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Aging Life Care Managers Find Solutions to Challenging Aging Life Care Questions

The long-term care journey is confusing. As a spouse, family member, or concerned neighbor of an aging loved one you may feel overwhelmed by the role of caregiver or decision-maker.  And if you were placed in this role as a result of an emergency health crisis or due to an Alzheimer’s or dementia diagnosis, the questions … Continue reading Challenging Aging Life Care Needs

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Your Aging Parents are at Risk of Fraud during Tax Season: What you can do about it!

Being caught in tax scams can happen to anyone even though most of us think we’re too smart to get fleeced.  Unfortunately, even the most cautious person can get ripped-off.  When older adults are defrauded, the effects can be devastating. With tax season officially underway, here’s what you need to know to protect aging parents … Continue reading Protect Aging Parents from Tax Scams

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An Aging Life Care Professional™  shares how his creative solutions helped a daughter honor her mother’s wishes by keeping her father living safely at home. Finding caregiving solutions for your specific situation is what Aging Life Care Professionals do best.  Finding the Right Caregiver Makes a Big Difference Caring for an aging loved one can … Continue reading Caregiving Solutions

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I am an only child caring for aging parents

Speaking as a third generation, only daughter and experienced Aging Life Care Professional™, I have many thoughts on an only child caring for aging parents. Perhaps being an only child propelled me to a career in Aging Life Care™ management. I’m an Only Child. How do I Care for My Aging Parents? by Suzanne Modigliani, … Continue reading Only Child Caring for Aging Parents

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warning signs to look for during holiday visits

Visiting aging loved ones this holiday is a great opportunity to poke around the house and look for signs that he or she may need some extra TLC. These tips tips from the experts in aging well can help you start an important conversation.  To Grandmother’s House We Go by Amy Smialowicz Fowler, BA, CMC … Continue reading What to Look for When Visiting Aging Parents this Holiday

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gift ideas for aging adults

The last few shopping days are here and you’ve found yourself stuck thinking about what to give that special elder in your life. Here are some different and thoughtful holiday gift ideas for seniors that won’t clutter the house or require  an  engineering degree to assemble.  Thoughtful Gift Ideas for the 80+ Adult by Linda … Continue reading Last Minute Gift Ideas for Seniors

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holidays with the elderly

Your aging loved one may be slowing down, but it doesn’t mean grandma or grandpa doesn’t want to celebrate the holidays anymore. Finding ways to modify holiday traditions or by creating new ones that fit their lifestyle and speed will reduce stress levels and keep everyone connected and happy this season. 10 Caregiving Tips at Holiday … Continue reading 10 Ideas to Celebrate Holidays with the Elderly

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Calendar
Thu Mar 02nd 8:00AM to 10:00AM
Early Cognitive Impairment: Elderly Driving and High Risk Behaviors at the Edge of Incapacity.
Wed Mar 15th 4:00PM to 6:00PM
This presentation is designed to help professionals who work with older adult to identify the signs, symptoms, and risk factors of elder abuse; to understand the barriers to reporting and detecting elder abuse; and to know what types of legal and non-legal help is available and how to access help when you suspect elder abuse. In addition, there will be a discussion about the role of mandated reporters.
Wed Apr 19th
Details to follow.
Wed May 17th 4:00PM to 6:00PM
Presenter: Ginette Lafleche, Ph.D.
Wed Jun 21st
details to follow
SUSAN R.SHAPIRO, MEMORIAL FUND

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Member Association Blog
Articles
12/09/2015
Article from Kiplinger offering advice on the caring of a caregiver.
12/09/2015
Boston Globe article link.
12/08/2015
An article from the New York Times about how Caregivers sometimes must sacrifice thier careers.
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