Source: AZ Big Media According to the Home Instead, Inc. survey, aging parents are far more comfortable discussing plans for their own final years (89 percent) than their own adult children are discussing their parents’ plans (68 percent). To help start the conversation around final years planning, the Home Instead® network … Read More… 

Source: Flagstaff Business News  In today’s world, it’s common for families and friends to be separated by great distances. At some point in their lives, your parents, grandparents or a loved one may need in-home care. Suddenly, you are faced with the challenge of long-distance caregiving. The best approach to dealing with …   Read…

Source: MPR News Geriatric physician Joanne Lynn believes “we’ve bloated the medical care system and made the supportive care system seriously anemic.” She wants to engineer a “Toyota Revolution” for elder care, and has written a book titled, “Sick to Death and Not Going to Take it Anymore!” In a talk in Northfield at ……

Source: Forbes It’s inevitable. Our parents are getting older, and if you are not thinking about how to care for your elderly parents now, you will at some point (or you already have). Unfortunately for these people who took care of us, there are not a lot of options when it comes to elder care.…

Source:TribLive  Welcome to the future of senior health care for baby boomers. The nation’s largest generation — baby boomers, born between 1946 and 1964, with the largest spike nationally in 1957 with 4.3 million births — are expected to inundate health care services in the years to come. Health care providers are … Read more…