Monthly Archives: June 2015
Most seniors want to remain independent for as long as possible, but reduced mobility, diminished eyesight, low energy and cognitive changes can limit a senior’s ability to care for themself and their home. It can be upsetting to visit a … Continue reading
Two departments of the Administration on Community Living are working on a project to build a national training, technical assistance, and resource center to explore and develop supported decision-making as an alternative to guardianship… read more
One of the difficulties of watching your parents, grandparents or aging friends grow older is seeing them lose their independence. If your elderly loved one is becoming less self-sufficient but does not yet require full time care, a home care … Continue reading
ALFA recently submitted a statement for the record related to a hearing on financial exploitation of seniors before a U.S. Senate committee, outlining its interest in stemming this growing epidemic… read more
If your partner’s care needs are more than you can manage, you don’t have to send them away. Grow old together in the comfort of your own home with the help of a home health care service.