Our journeys in caregiving can seem very different from one another but have so many similarities and parallels.
At the Y we are in the season of asking for feedback.
The Brinton Museum’s exhibit “Ergo Sum: A Crow A Day” opened April 27 and continues through June 10, Wednesday through Sunday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thinking of hiring someone privately for in-home care for an older relative?
The benefits of practicing yoga have been touted for quite some time.
Crossword puzzles are an integral component of newspapers.
Recently Peggy, an Indiana woman and reader of this column, sent me a lengthy email about her 94-year-old mother who is rapidly spending down her minimal savings to pay for prescription drugs.
No man or woman, regardless of his or her age, wants to consider that a day may come when they need to rely on loved ones to help them perform everyday activities.
Solicitations for Medicare Advantage plans once again have been arriving in the mail, promising the best bargain since sliced bread.
Though few people may want to take medicine each day, prescription drugs prolong lives and help people manage conditions that might otherwise make it difficult to live life to the fullest.
I’d like to share one of Sheridan’s best community resources (possibly one of the best kept secrets) — The Hub on Smith’s loan closet.
Today, social interaction is just a click of a mouse or tap of a screen away.
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