I used this very powerful 60 Minutes segment about Dementia and the challenges of being a direct caregiver to lead a symposium for clients of our friends at Family Estate Planning Law Group in Lynnfield. All the issues related to caregiving were so vividly depicted.
These helicopter parents are 90. Their kids? 65
I’m one of those fortunate baby boomers (although I am nowhere near 65!) who have both parents giving me advice — and I am so grateful for that! This enjoyable article takes a closer look at helicopter parents who continue to stay involved.
It’s important to be as informed as possible when seeking the care and advice of a medical professional. That said, individual research is not a replacement for the experience and judgement of these trained individuals. This article explains why.
This story was reminiscent of a very difficult client situation we encountered: What Does It Mean to Die?
A book review about different ways to interpret Slow Medicine.
This is an interesting summary of how healthcare in America changed in 2017.
It is often a fall that leads to a precipitous decline in the overall health of our older adult clients. The Dutch are approaching the prevention of falls from an interesting perspective. Learn more here.