Month: December 2019

January 2020 Denver Area Activities for Older Adults

The new year is here! It's not only a new year, but a new decade. 2020 delivers hope of better things to come. But we can always be sure of the great activities, events, and venues that are available to experience in the Denver area — in particular for seniors! Each month, Care & Comfort at Home searches for great Denver area activities that older adults will especially enjoy. So please check out our list of January 2020 Denver area activities for older adults. . . . READ THE REST

January 2020 Chicagoland Activities for Older Adults

How quickly time flies! Not only is a new year beginning, but so is a new decade! However, some things never change, and that includes the abundance of fun activities, events, and venues that the Chicagoland area has to offer. . . . READ THE REST

Only Two Ways — Gratitude and Giving

There are really only two ways to lead a fulfilling life. They both spring from the same source. We must live in gratitude and in giving. The holiday just passed in November was about gratitude, and this season is about giving. They are interrelated and inseparable. If you live in one, you are most likely living in the other as well. . . . READ THE REST

5 Classic Side Dish Recipes for a Nostalgic Christmas Dinner

Ah, the sights, smells, and tastes of Christmas dinner! They can evoke such wonderful memories of the holidays. Are you getting nostalgic for those dinners of Christmas past? You know — the dishes you enjoyed when you were young! The ones Grandma always used to make. Look no further! Care & Comfort at Home has pulled together a list of some of the most iconic and memorable Christmas dishes, as well as links to their recipes, so you can enjoy them again and again. . . . READ THE REST

We All Want to Be Heroes

One of the things we all want is to be considered is a hero — if not to a nation or a community, at least to someone. If you are reading this, chances are very good that you are already a hero: You are taking care of a loved one. . . . READ THE REST