I’m Sick! Who Will Care for Mom?

I’m sick. Doesn’t happen all that frequently, but considering the degree of stress that constantly shadows me and the amount of running around I do, it’s surprising that I’m not…

The Negative Emotions of Caregiving

“I know how you feel…” Licensed clinical psychologist Andrea Bonior includes this phrase as one of the worst to say to a friend who is suffering. “Even if you’ve been…

Amy’s Angle: The Fine Line Between Caregiving & Parenting

As our parents age, we – the adult children – often find ourselves thrust into the role of primary caregiver for which we have no training, and often no warning….

Tips For Long-Distance Elder Care

Caring for our elderly loved ones can involve juggling a cornucopia of varied responsibilities, from ensuring their personal hygiene to managing their bank accounts and assets; scheduling doctor visits to…

Elder Abuse and How To Prevent It

The decision to adopt elder living solutions for a loved one is never an easy one, nor should it be. Much research, thought and consideration takes place when selecting just…

Care Management: Times They Are A Changin’

Judge Scolds Lawyer for Having Baby in Court http://www.cnn.com/2014/10/20/living/judge-attorney-infant-court-parents/index.html A CNN article appeared online in October of 2014 about an Atlanta judge who reprimanded an immigration attorney for bringing her…

Caregiver Recognition Day

Conejo Valley Community Event I want to personally invite you to a very special event only for people who live with or care for an older adult in the Conejo Valley.  I’ve…