Monthly Archives: April 2014

Organizing tip: Redo your mom’s closet, then redo your own!

 Here’s an organizing tip: If you want to give your mom (and her care givers) a quick and easy boost, reorganize her clothes closet.  Do this for your mom, then do it for yourself.  When I move an elder, I … Continue reading

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Shoulder On!!!

Our poor shoulders…they are our most amazing joints, but we tend to take them for granted. Take a few moments to think about how useful our shoulders really are, and how important maintaining their function is to our independence as … Continue reading

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Creating new connections with your memory-impaired loved one

Do you have a loved one with a memory deficit or dementia who you feel you cannot communicate or connect with? Someone with whom you used to communicate regularly but who now cannot find all of the words or remember … Continue reading

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