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Here you will find helpful tips, loving advice, and useful information to make caring for an aging loved one a bit easier.

Caught in The Middle

Caught in the middle is not the same as being caught off guard. Thoughts for my Sandwich Generation.

Why "Aging Out Loud" Takes Communities of Care

As owner of Senior Helpers Boston I love the fact that there’s an “Older American Month”, and this year’s theme is “Age Out Loud”. It speaks volumes about our seniors, the control they continue to exercise over their lives, and about the communities that care about them.

The Urgency Under The Hood

Because We Owe It To Seniors to Steer Them Wisely

"Going Home Safe" The New Art & Science to Recovery at Home

Rethinking The Critical 30 Days Post Discharge

When Navigating the Most Important Journey of All

Why the Combination of Personal Support and Hospice Matters

Safely Stepping Into Spring

I saw the first flower peek through the ground in my yard this weekend so I guess it is safe to say Spring is here. As the weather warms and the sun is brighter it is a great time to enjoy the outside. Last month I wrote about being healthy, dressing for success and organizing after the winter. I had a conversation with one of my fellow owners in Senior Helpers last week and we both had noticed an increase in slips and falls as our clients sought to take advantage of the outside in Spring of last year.

Medication Reminders with Senior Helpers

Medication setup is a topic we often discuss with our clients. I came across an excellent article on medication management this weekend I wanted to share. This is a topic of great importance for several reasons.

Benefits of the Great Outdoors

I hope you had a nice weekend whether you celebrated Passover, Easter or just had time to spend with your friends or family.

Winter Safety

Winter can be a wonderful time and although you may be dreaming of a white winter, snow and ice can present serious hazards for everyone. Snow and ice make for treacherous conditions to walk through. Sidewalks become slippery. Shoveling driveways leave us exposed to the cold and can be hard on our bodies. Driveways left unshoveled can be difficult to navigate. It is important to take the necessary precautions to prevent slips and falls. Pay close attention for black ice. Black ice forms when the temperature shifts, causing pooling water to freeze and refreeze.

Colder Weather!

Colder weather is much closer than “just around the corner!” I awoke this weekend at my normal 5:00 AM (with the encouragement of my faithful canine companion!) to take a walk. I was greeted with frost on the glass of the door to my home and slick icy spots on my driveway hidden among the leaves and twigs that had fallen overnight.


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