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How Can Children Improve their Aging Parents’ Lives? How Can You Make Your Senior Parents Feel Better?

How Can Children Improve their Aging Parents’ Lives?   How Can You Make Your Senior Parents Feel Better?   Different cultures have different attitudes towards the old age. In most countries in the West, the deep-rooted opinion is that everybody should care about their old age while they’re still young. In other words, you’re supposed […]

Common Myths and Truths About Care Giving Homes

https://www.flickr.com/photos/socialgeneral/33568765004/ Some common myths and truths about care giving homes   There are different misconceptions or myths persist about the nursing facility life. In terms of staffing, policies, procedures, and general approach to the demands of the patients on nursing or care giving homes have changed dramatically in the past decade. These misconceptions cause people […]

10 Signs of Burnout

10 Signs of Burnout and Self-Care Practices For Alzheimer’s   We all reach our breaking point. It’s that moment when the thin thread we’ve been clinging on to for stability snaps, and consequently, we go spiraling downhill, and out of control; lost to our innermost fears, uncertainties, and doubts. If your caring for a loved […]

Preventing Medical Emergencies

”We never thought it could happen to us,” this is the commonest response of the people that face an earthquake, fire, or even a medical emergency. They may also wonder if it could be prevented. The answer is”yes.” In fact, much of what will happen in any emergency, including medical emergencies, can be predicted. By […]

5 Nighttime Routines to Improve Sleep in Seniors

5 Nighttime Routines to Improve Sleep in Seniors Building a regular nighttime routine is the best way to train a restless mind to sleep. Following a certain pattern signals the mind that it’s time to sleep and makes falling asleep easier. Insomnia can cause depression, anxiety, stress, and lowered function during the day. With the high […]

14 Senior Tech Ease Ideas from AIP Experts

The most efficient way to lower long-term care costs is to remain at home and to delay nursing home placement. People can stay in their homes using home and community-based services. What cost-effective means will keep them safe and independent? We think it’s technology. But which ones? Here are 14 technologies seniors should use to […]

What to Consider AHEAD of Hiring a CAPS Architect

Before a CAPS Certified Architect (or a home designer) is brought on board to do an in-home assessment or is tasked with designing a solution for successful “Aging In Place” allowing you, your parent/s, or your caregiving client to stay in their own home, please have the following information answered in your own mind, and […]

Prolong your LIFE – The A.I.P. Balance of “Use It or Lose It”!

I read a bright and concise blog this week by Dr. Patrick Roden, titled The Up-Side Risk of Aging in Place.  As a PhD in Gerentology, a registered nurse, and also CEO of AgingInPlace.com (a domain he was forward-thinking enough to have purchased 14 years ago!), he’s well versed in the topic and a thought leader […]

Hillary Clinton, Sure – But it STILL WON’T Happen To ME

Welcome to 2013!  We thought we’d open the year by posing a question and a challenge to our readers and online community.  You ready?  OK, here we go… (by the way, this post can be seen as a Video Blog at our YouTube Channel as well…  click HERE to view it!) It could ALL CHANGE […]

ADM Architecture to present “Aging In Place” on the national stage

Aaron D. Murphy, Owner of ADM Architecture and his residential outreach program “Empowering The Mature Mind” have been gaining a lot of national attention this year.  The culmination of this first full year of efforts in getting out the message about Aging In Place as a viable option for folks in their second half of […]

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