It is no secret that America’s population is aging. In fact, by some estimates there will be over 70 million people in the U.S. who will be 65 or older by the year 2030. As seniors age, they tend to face more health challenges and require more assistance – but thanks to healthier, more active . . .
It is human nature to accumulate things. So it stands to reason, that the older we get, the more most of us seem to collect. The problem is that too much clutter can become overwhelming – even posing a safety hazard at times. With the weather getting warmer, and many of us starting to think . . .
When an elderly loved one is admitted to the hospital either for surgery or because of a serious illness, it can be a scary experience. But it can also be frightening for family members when that person is discharged – especially if they have lost some of their independence. There are often questions as to . . .