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Red is for Women

In February, the color red is for women. The first Friday in February of each year is a very special day for women. This year, February 2 is National Wear Red Day—the day where people come together each year and wear red in support of women’s health. This day brings awareness to how vastly different [...]

Should You Hire In-Home Care?

One of the main reasons I started my Health Advocacy business was to share what I learned through becoming a caregiver for both of my parents. During this experience, I learned a lot of things to do and not to do, and I knew there we many people struggling with similar caregiving responsibilities themselves. If [...]

How to Have a Family Meeting About Caregiving

I recently had the chance to sit down with four siblings to have an honest discussion about how difficult it has become to care for their mom. Everyone had a chance to speak and share their experiences. Much of the conversation focused on how much caregiving was impacting their own lives, wondering what could they [...]

You Are Under “Observation Status”

Imagine your 83-year-old mother who lives alone falls at home and is taken to the emergency room. She has multiple bruises, but no apparent broken bones. Despite the x-ray findings, she can’t safely walk on her own and going home alone seems to be out of the question. She is kept overnight in the hospital [...]

National Glaucoma Awareness Month

January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month. Did you know that glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness in the world and currently affects over three-million people in the United States? The incidence is projected to rise to four million by 2030 as our population ages. Unfortunately, most people with glaucoma do not experience any [...]