Wrapping Up National Caregivers Month

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San Diego Midlife Caregiver

November is National Caregivers Month Caregiver? Is often a role that goes unclaimed by most adult children. While many midlife adults arrange transportation, medication, or medical appointments. Very few say they are a caregiver. Often it is described as “just helping.”  This helping is caregiving.  The Truth About Being a Caregiving In truth, providing caregiving […]

Tips For Aging In Community

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Senior Care How to age in community

Aging In Community Understanding the Power of Community For many years the call has been for aging adults to plan for aging in place described as, “the ability to live in one’s own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income, or ability level.” I too believe in this philosophy and encourage […]

Celebrate Older Americans Month: Caregiving or Helping

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Caregiving how we help elderly loved ones

Caregiving? Or Is It Helping? You help your mom with bill paying. You pick up your dad’s prescription at the pharmacy. You are helping your loved one and you are also providing caregiving. Martha Ranon of the Southern Caregiver Resource Center said in a UT San Diego article,“We often come across caregivers who don’t identify themselves […]

GoGoGrandparent Connects Tech Shy Seniors To Services

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San Diego Senior Expert

GoGoGrandparent A Senior Focused StartUp GoGoGrandparent is the latest service to provide solutions for families  helping elderly loved ones to retain their freedom. A woman named Betty Lou Luce told her grandson she was afraid of driving at night. He gave her a number she could call to get around town after dark and she told her friends […]