Good 'Ole Days- Sandwich Generation

“I got to see the world”

  Reflections by a member of The Greatest Generation by Karyn Brodsky They’re called “The Greatest Generation:” men and women who sacrificed, willingly and proudly serving their country in World War II to protect the freedoms still enjoyed today. Those

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Senior Living Resource Guide

Want to feature your organization in our Senior Living Resource Guide? Email Tricia@goodlifefamilymag.com. Senior Care & Support   Custom Caregivers  | customcaregivers.com David Stanley, david@customcaregivers.com  972.928.0703   Honor  | joinhonor.com Kathryn Parsons , kathryn@joinhonor.com 972.345.6433   Ruby  Care  | rubycaresenior.com

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Blaze Your Own Path at Any Age

  by Lisa A. Beach Jane Kahler Paints Her Way Through Retirement Compared to many artists, Dallas painter Jane Kahler burst onto the art scene a bit later in life. For the past 11 years, the 83-year-old has been an

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Home Care a Mother (Even Mine) Could Love

I hadn’t considered home care as a career move—or, frankly, thought about it much even after my mother’s diagnosis. Now I realize how essential quality home care is to most families with aging parents.   by Kathryn Parsons | Contributor So

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Senior Life and the Sandwich Generation

Hey Sandwich Generation! Hungry for Advice on Your Aging Parents? Help is Here! At the core of the sandwich, between delicious pieces of “children toast” and “parent bagel,” imagine slices of school tuitions and senior care, condiments spread thin of

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Double Duty

The Talk No One Wants to Have as the Parent or the Kid  Many of us in the Sandwich Generation – those of us sandwiched between raising our kids and navigating life with our aging parents, are now taking on

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The Sandwich Generation

Take One Bite at a Time by Deb Silverthorn At the core of the sandwich, between delicious pieces of “children toast” and “parent bagel,” imagine slices of school tuitions and senior care, condiments spread thin of extracurricular activities and medical

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Giving the Keys, Taking the Keys

  “Sandwich Generation” Parents Face the Worry at Both Ends by Alicia Wanek Driving is independence. The freedom to jump in the car and go where you want, when you want, is a privilege that is integral to the lifestyles we

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Alzheimer’s and Dementia Awareness

November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month The Alzheimer’s Association warns that everyone with a brain is at risk for Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. That is quite an eye-opening statement. Further eye-opening is that among the top ten causes of death in

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