Older woman lying with head on pillow.

Seniors and Depression

Aging and older adulthood is a life phase with unique changes and challenges that can be difficult to manage emotionally […]
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Tips for finding at-home caregivers

Finding a reliable and trustworthy paid at-home caregiver can be a stressful experience.   Will the person be kind?  Will they […]
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Needed – Research Study Participants

Project Care at Rice University is seeking volunteers who are currently dementia family caregivers for an important research study on […]
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Did you know?…

May is National Aging Life Care Month! An Aging Life Care Professional gives their best to their clients, including a […]
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Caregiving: Don’t Disregard the Mess

I recently read an article where a woman described her frustration on how no one really talks about how messy, […]
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A Care Manager’s View – How do I talk with my parents about the future?

I was reminded recently of a question clients, friends, and family will often ask; “How do I talk with my […]
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What do I do when my siblings and I disagree on how to care for mom and dad?

If you are facing this question or the myriad of other questions that arise when helping your aging parents, please […]
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Walk to End Alzheimer’s

On October 4th, the AgeWise Team participated in the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s! Although the walk was virtual […]
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