Posts from 2016

  • Mobility Aids: How to Broach the Topic With Parents and Older Relatives Mobility Aids: How to Broach the Topic With Parents and Older Relatives As the Baby Boomer generation ages, there is an increasing trend in choosing to “Age in Place” rather than in a nursing home or assisted living facility. With this push towards an independent lifestyle comes great adversity towards the mere suggestion of using a scooter or ... Learn More
  • 9 Gift Ideas for Parents and Grandparents 9 Gift Ideas for Parents and Grandparents If you find yourself asking “what should I get Grandma for Christmas?” or “what could I possibly get for Dad? He already has everything! ” you’re not alone. Many kids and grandkids have a tough time shopping for older adults – especially when those individuals insist that ... Learn More
  • Thanksgiving: Finding Joy Beyond the Turkey and Stuffing Thanksgiving: Finding Joy Beyond the Turkey and Stuffing With a chill in the air and fewer hours of daylight, the holidays bring about a reminder that we are to turn inward, slow down, and come together. Thanksgiving is a day to appreciate all the things that we have. While it is easy to enjoy the seemingly endless feast, there is ... Learn More
  • 4 Ways to Support Veterans on Veterans Day (and Every Day!) 4 Ways to Support Veterans on Veterans Day (and Every Day!) On a recent flight, as we landed and prepared to disembark, individuals began standing in the aisle and grabbing their bags as usual. In front of me was a young girl, maybe seven or eight years old, with her mother. The young girl turned back, looking toward an older ... Learn More
  • 10 Clever Halloween Costumes for Wheelchair Users 10 Clever Halloween Costumes for Wheelchair Users Halloween – the time for pumpkins and witches, costumes and trick-or-treating. For one day, we get a free pass to dress up and be whoever we want. However, wheelchair-users are familiar with the difficulty of trying to incorporate their devices into their costumes. We love ... Learn More
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