Monthly Archives: July 2013

It’s Party Time!

Well, Sunday is Audrey’s 90th Birthday. That is certainly something to celebrate don’t you think? Well I do and as part of my business and motto of With Age Comes Respect, I feel it is my responsibility to plan a … Continue reading

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When it is time to say goodbye to the automobile

As a caregiver, part of my responsibility is to drive my seniors around when they have medical appointments, need groceries or other house supplies or simply want to get out and about in their living environment. I do not have … Continue reading

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Another scary thing for seniors to watch out for

Okay, so we have covered the fact that seniors must watch scam artists, but now we must discuss the fact that seniors must also watch out for their very own family members – their grandchildren or, more likely, their great-grandchildren. … Continue reading

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Tips for seniors to avoid scams

For the past couple of days, I have been introducing the scams played on seniors as announced in the Milton Township S.A.L.T. Communicator by Mary Woolery, Inspector of the Illinois State Police. Whatever you can do to prepare your loved … Continue reading

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Continued advice about the Phishing Scam with elders

Yesterday I posted the initial data sent out to seniors in Milton Township given by Mary Woolery, the Inspector from the Illinois State Police. Scam artists are currently conducting two scams, the pigeon drop scam and the phishing scam. Today, … Continue reading

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Repeating advice given to seniors by Milton Township

Beware of elderly abusers. This means family, too, as I have learned that a majority of family members that care for their elders get fed up and lash out physically, mentally, verbally or financially. It is not uncommon for a … Continue reading

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Photo memories

I love it when the weather cooperates and I am able to take my ladies out on the town. The change of scenery is really important and helps them realize that the world is still all about them, too. Audrey … Continue reading

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Choking in elder adults

Choking can be almost an everyday occurrence when it comes to some elderly adults. The reason that many adults choke is because they have a very dry mouth; sometimes due to certain medications or because their saliva dries up due … Continue reading

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Family needs

Some families seek help for their elders because they are unable to dedicate themselves wholeheartedly for one reason or another to their total care. This is understandable as most people are unable to fulfill the requirements needed by most elders. … Continue reading

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Speaking of skin

It is fun when Audrey and I compare our skin blemishes. We look at scars and age spots  and the comparison between the wrinkles that she has compared to the wrinkles that I am developing. We giggle and laugh at the differences. … Continue reading

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