Grief versus Depression: When to Seek Professional Advice

Published: May 10, 2019

Mr. Smith has been feeling really down recently. It is not without cause. He recently lost his wife to a long battle with cancer and is in the process of downsizing his home to move into a smaller, more manageable apartment. On top of that, his children have approached him with concerns about driving so… Read More

Resources for Older Adults Surviving on Social Security

Published: January 17, 2019

Nine out of ten Americans 65 and older are receiving Social Security. And the average monthly Social Security benefit for those 65 and older is $1,262. Many receive much less than that. In your working life, the idea of retiring, living comfortably and enjoying yourself always appeared on the horizon but once you got there,… Read More

What are Our Options for Placement?

Published: March 10, 2017

As important as it is to plan ahead for the need for long-term care, things often don’t happen that way. An older adult falls and breaks a hip or has a stroke, and in an instance, their life is changed forever. Suddenly family members are frantically searching for senior care services available in their area… Read More

What You Know, What You Don’t

Published: February 10, 2017

Bert made the phone call after copying down the 800 # shown during the commercial. He was worried about his mother since his father’s death and this might be the answer. She was elderly and lived in the family home several miles out of town. Plus…they said “No cost, no obligation.” They could help with… Read More