Knowing some of the warning signs, will help you plan and be prepared to deal with this disease.
For caregivers, when a loved one lives alone, this just adds to your stresses and the list of things to worry about. Finding workable, practical solutions to support your loved one living alone will help reduce your worries and support your own peace of mind.
As the population of “elder orphans” grows, more research is needed so that we can develop effective systems of public guardianship and care.
Besides social and psychological factors, there’s a very real financial toll when caring for an aging loved one.
“I just want my family to have a normal life again, and that keeps me going.”
What are the risks of living alone as we age? Reducing our risks, increases our chances of being able to continue to live independently.
Learn how to Keep “It” Together without losing your sanity.
Lawyer Barbro Stalbecker-Pountney speaks about death, dying, funerals and some key issues of estate planning.
What are the odds that you will need the support from a caregiver in the future? Current research shows warning signs that middle-aged people will suffer from frailness in retirement.
There are GPS devices on the market today that will help keep tabs on someone who wanders off.