What to Notice During Holiday VisitsAs most of us grew and matured, our parents were there to watch out for us and to help us make appropriate choices. Due to our limited experience, our parents often needed to make decisions for us and to help us understand the consequences of our actions.
Keep That Wheelchair RollingWheelchairs are a little like cars—if they have tune-ups at regular intervals, you can extend the life of a wheelchair while reducing overall repair costs. Oftentimes, you will be the first to notice any problems or changes in the functionality of your wheelchair.
October 1, 2014
How to Assist a Loved One with Financial Matters in Their Later YearsIt is difficult to watch family members age and begin to struggle with handling routine financial matters or making financial decisions that appear risky or questionable. Approaching an elderly family member with these concerns and offering assistance can lead to a stressful conversation.