Month: December 2020

Setting Self-Care Resolutions This New Year

2020 has been a difficult year for everyone around the world. Many of us feel weary from losses we have suffered, both personal and financial, new responsibilities, and worries about the future. As we approach January 1, however, our hopes rise for a better year ahead, and our attention turns to making New Year’s resolutions. . . . READ THE REST

5 Christmas Movies That Will Take You Back to the ’80s and ’90s

Christmas just isn’t Christmas without a good movie! And this year, that feel-good factor might be needed more than ever. COVID-19 means that many of us won't be able to visit with family and friends this year, and there are far fewer places to head out to for entertainment. . . . READ THE REST

What to Do When a Parent Can No Longer Drive

All things considered, it appears that one of your parents should no longer drive — for his or her own safety, as well as the safety of others. Perhaps your parent concluded this on his or her own. The decision might have been forced upon him or her because of a medical diagnosis or illness. Or, he or she might have very reluctantly given up their car keys because they were persuaded by you or others that it was no longer safe to drive. . . . READ THE REST

Turnovers and You

By David Hachmeister, Owner, Care & Comfort at Home for Seniors and Veterans Sometimes turnovers are great. I love apple turnovers. If you are a basketball player, turnovers are not so good. In our line of work, in-home care, turnovers are a mark of agency’s commitment to its caregivers and staff. The in-home care agency [...] READ THE REST