We’ve all known helicopter parents, particularly when a daughter or son leaves for college. In fact, we could be guilty of hovering too closely ourselves.
It is among the more difficult decisions we face in older years, and an exceptionally sensitive matter for adult children to broach with their elderly
As our population ages, the healthcare community is placing more attention on conditions like strokes. There are two types of strokes: hemorrhagic (bleeding in the
Getting together with older loved ones in the Dallas and Denton areas this holiday season? It may be a good time to take stock of
Sometimes people won’t admit they need help to stay at home, and others may be unaware they need extra help in order to maintain a
Remaining independent is vital to older adults, and oftentimes the thought of surrendering even a small amount of that independence can lead to objections. It’s
Hoarding is a delicate, psychological issue that often affects elderly individuals. Many people do not understand or know how to deal with hoarding properly. The
Who would take advantage of a sweet older woman? Unfortunately a lot of people. Seniors are vulnerable to fraud from people who, while seemingly well