Since its birth, the Internet has grown into the ultimate source of information. You name it, you can find it on the Internet. This has also led to people forming communities that span the globe. You can connect and converse with anyone anywhere in the world at any time. This is both an amazing thing,…Read More→
Spring has sprung. You know what that means. It is time to start your spring cleaning. Spring cleaning means different things to different people. Some people see it as the perfect time to deep clean everything, including shampooing the carpet and washing the baseboards. It can be more than that though. Spring can be the…Read More→
Maybe you have heard the term ‘senior move manager’, maybe you haven’t. Either way, you probably have some questions. What is a senior move manager? What do they do? Why do I need one? Senior move managers are trained to help the elderly through the experience of moving to a new home. Whether they are…Read More→
As you reach retirement age, it is important to make sure that your affairs are in order. Handling things such as wills, trusts, and estate planning can be tricky. You will want to consider hiring a lawyer or accountant to help you make sure everything is done correctly. Our goal is to introduce you to the basics.
You are thirty years old. You are married with kids. You have a nice house. You are on your way to building a solid career. Then one day there is a knock on your door and, surprise, your parents are ready to move in with you.
Everyone with Alzheimer’s has dementia, but not everyone with dementia has Alzheimer’s. Allow me to explain. Dementia is defined as “a chronic or persistent disorder of the mental processes caused by brain disease or injury and marked by memory disorders, personality changes, and impaired reasoning.”