Six Questions To Ask Yourself When Hiring A Life Coach

My daughter completed fifth grade yesterday and graduated from elementary school . This fall, she will be going into middle school. A new beginning, a major life transition. It sounds cliché to say that these years have flown by, but they have. I, like many of you, am a very proud parent of a […]

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The First Steps To Help a Senior Make The Right Life Decisions

I was recently working with a senior to guide them in selecting an assisted living community. At the time, he was living in an unsafe environment and needed assistance with taking his medications. Meals were delivered by Meals on Wheels, but he was not eating them, as he was alone with no social interaction. There […]

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Relief For Alzheimer’s Caregivers

We are seeing a growing number of Alzheimer’s diagnoses within our Southwest Florida communities. Many hide their disease for years, as they rely on the kindness of others to get through their day. More often than not, it is a spouse, a family member or even a neighbor who is the caregiver.

The stress of being […]

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Finding Help For Aging Parents Doesn’t Have To Be a Challenge

My father just celebrated his 84th birthday. It hit me this year that I’m a daughter of a “senior.” I don’t think of either of my parents as seniors – they are just mom and dad. Just as it’s tough to see ourselves with objectivity (am I the only one who hasn’t changed since […]

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