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Keeping Seniors Connected during Isolation

Are you struggling to stay connected to your senior loved ones during the quarantine? On April 29th we will feature expert Wesley Cheng, founder of Televisit. Televisit is a company that uses technology to keep…

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Marching On… John’s Story

Dealing with a crisis is part of my daily life! I often speak with distraught family members about the challenges they are facing with their senior loved ones, many times clients are afraid of making…

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The Dave and Mike Show

Communication Strategies with Mom and Dad

Senior Living Consultants San Luis Obispo: David Wood, CEO of My Senior Navigator teamed up with Mike Johnson of Coast Hills Federal Credit Union in San Luis Obispo last week to talk with members about…

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Happy New Year

Senior Living Consultants San Luis Obispo: The New Year and a new decade has allowed me to reflect on many of the significant changes in my life over the past 10 years. It has been…

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Family Caregiver Health

As a Family Caregiver, we need to make several sacrifices in our lives, but we should not sacrifice our health. Maintaining our health and sanity is essential if we are to continue to give the…

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Home Alone

There are various signs which indicate that your parents are no longer in a position to live at home alone. These particular signs should be taken as a warning that your elderly parents need additional…

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Have an Advanced Directive

Many adult children find out how unprepared their parent really is when they go into the hospital. Only 30% of seniors have an Advance Directive in place.

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Palliative Care versus Hospice Care

Palliative care and Hospice are very similar. Both of these care choices are focused on minimizing pain and maximizing “comfort”. More people have heard of hospice care and have a general idea of what it…

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Warning Signs

There are various signs which indicate that your parents are no longer in a position to live alone. These particular signs should be taken as a warning that your elderly parents need additional care or…

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Memory Loss Safety Tips

Whether your parent has short-term memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, having a safe home is critical to preventing a serious injury. It is your job as a caregiver to adapt the house

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Long Distant Caregiver

Managing your mom or dad’s care from another town, county or state can be very challenging. Caregiving companies will often see an increase of work after the family has visited from out of town after…

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Making Decisions for Mom and Dad

As a child of an elderly parent, there are few things more important than making good decisions. One of the problems with our healthcare system is that it is very fragmented. Often the care you…

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Choosing a Facility

Choosing the perfect assisted living facility for your mom or dad is an important decision, as they will ideally spend the rest of their lives there, and have great continuity of care. When looking for…

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Senior Driver – Taking the Keys!

Have you been in the car lately, while your parent has been driving? Here is the question for you. Would you let your small child be driven by your parent? If the answer to that…

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