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The Millennial Caregiver

Last week I was fortunate to have the opportunity to spend 4 days with my 94-year-old grandmother, Alice, in Southern California. She has recently moved into independent living in a senior community in Los Angeles, after living in Palm Springs for the previous 31 years. Grandma became a widow 9 years…
Carolyn Rosenblatt
March 9, 2017
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Housing And Support Services

Part I – So Many Choices – An Overview 10:01 Where is “home”? Perhaps the most important aspect of our life. But as we age, our housing requirements start to change. When we talk about housing, where our parent lives, uppermost in consideration is the need to maximize their independence.…
Carolyn Rosenblatt
April 20, 2014
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Housing and Support Services Part 3 (Assisted Living)

Part III – Assisted Living 10:16 When the time comes that a parent can no longer live independently at home is no longer viable for health or safety reasons, an assisted living facility is a great alternative. Assisted living options are for active elders who need some daily or occasional…
Mikol Davis
April 20, 2014
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Independent Alice, 91, Finds Her Own Solution To The Too-Big House

Hello again, We hope you are doing well. We've been talking to Mikol's Mom, Alice a lot lately about her house.  Now that she's 91, she's considering that a large sprawling house is just too much.  Sometimes, an elder stays on in the family home until the end. Then the…
Carolyn Rosenblatt
February 22, 2014
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Legal Limits of Care in Assisted Living Facilities

When aging parents come to the point when assisted living seems like the best choice, it is usually their baby boomer children who see it first. Perhaps the adult children live in another state. Perhaps they are unable to visit Mom or Dad often enough to feel comfortable leaving them…
Carolyn Rosenblatt
February 21, 2014