Spring is a time for new beginnings, and what better way to start the season than by doing some spring cleaning? This year, make sure to include your elderly loved ones in your plans. Spring cleaning is not just a chore – it’s an important ritual that helps keep seniors healthy and safe. Here are a few tips for making spring cleaning more enjoyable and less
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The end of life is frightening and uncertain. When you hear the news from your doctor that curative treatments are no longer a viable option, you may ask yourself, “what now?” All of these emotions are
There’s a swirling cloud of confusion and questions when it comes to end-of-life documentation. Those with life-limiting illnesses must resolve financial and medical questions before they are no longer able to make those important decisions. If
There are few things that the sweet, playful nature of a dog or calm, tempered nature of a cat can’t fix. According to the 2019-20 National Pet Owners survey, sixty-seven percent of U.S. households own a
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