Staying safe


With recent events going on I found a video showing the great lengths doctors are going through to keep their patients safe. Today's blog will mostly be links to Covid 19 videos

Staying safe2020-03-26T14:04:50-06:00

Thanksgiving Traditions


With the Thanksgiving holiday coming up, I thought it would be fun to explore the history of Thanksgiving and some of the traditions that are still going strong. Let’s dive right in. The First

Thanksgiving Traditions2019-11-22T14:03:03-07:00

What Gift Should I Give To Someone In The Hospital?


Today as I was contemplating a gift to give a friend in the hospital I reflected on my past experiences. There are a lot of factors involved in giving the perfect gift. We will explore these factors in this post and give gift suggestions so let's begin.

What Gift Should I Give To Someone In The Hospital?2019-11-13T21:48:06-07:00

Generation Gap


if we are not careful, the different generations can experience a disconnect from one each other. Consequences of this disconnect can lead to strained relationships, workplace conflict, and an overall void of multi generational collaboration.

Generation Gap2019-10-26T12:07:23-06:00

Stop Elder Abuse!


Three caretakers, Tonacia Yvonne Tyson, Taneshia Deshawn Jordan, and  Marilyn Latish McKey, were arrested in North Carolina and charged with assaulting individuals with disabilities. The women where employed at Danby House an assisted living

Stop Elder Abuse!2020-05-01T14:12:18-06:00

What to prepare before a loved one dies


We don’t often like to even think about death, much less prepare for it. But, when our loved ones are approaching the end of life it becomes the forefront of our minds. I’m sure we all have heard that we need a will to prepare a Will but what else do we need to do?

What to prepare before a loved one dies2019-09-23T20:26:10-06:00

Fall Prevention


Normal everyday objects can become death traps. Rugs, ottomans, cords, even small children can be trip hazards. Fix- Make sure objects are off the floor and paths are cleared to commonly visited areas. Rugs should be removed when possible. If not possible, they should be tapped around the edges to to floor to prevent tripping. Children should not run around when an elderly person is walking because they may bump into or hinder their steps.

Fall Prevention2019-09-07T14:47:04-06:00
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