Can freedom and safety co-exist?

The struggle between freedom and safety is front and center in our nation right now. Navigating this dilemma of independence versus safety has been at the heart of our work as Aging Life Care Professionals™ long before COVID-19 and wearing masks. Read More

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How to Stay Connected in a Time of Physical Distancing

Physical, or social distancing is a phrase new to many of us, but it’s essential to ensuring that the most vulnerable to COVID-19 – older adults and those with chronic medical conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and lung disease – stay healthy. Social distancing contributes to “slowing the transmission of COVID-19 and reducing illness and death,” according to the CDC.

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The Power of Planning: Taking Charge of Your Own Aging Journey

At 72, Betsy is doing all the right things to ensure she maintains good health and continues to enjoy physical, emotional, mental, and financial health well into her 80s and beyond. She eats a Mediterranean diet, doesn’t smoke, drinks in moderation, exercises regularly, has adjusted her spending and investments for retirement, goes to regular check-ups with her doctor and gets the recommended health screenings. Additionally, she gardens, spends quality time with family and friends, takes classes, travels, and volunteers. Her life is busy, full, and fun.

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5 Tips for Solo Agers During Coronavirus

As an Aging Life Care Professional®, I speak to people regularly about their fears of contracting COVID-19. Those who are aging alone ask me questions like: Who will take care of me if I get sick? Will anyone know I need help? What services are there to support me and how can I access them?

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