Anita G. Baker, RN, BSN, CMC Email: abaker@agbandassociates.com
Call: 843-461-0092

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Aging Life Care News Feed:

  • January Doesn’t Have to Be Dry and Discouraging
    by Courtney Pulitzer on 01/30/2020 at 5:04 pm

    While “Dryuary” or Dry January seems like a relatively new trend, it’s origins date back much earlier. Even the New York Times showcases the activities around when Prohibition began (Jan. 17, 1920.) January is also a month where people re-consider their over-indulgences in food and drink then hit the gyms or yoga mats and buy … Continue reading January Doesn’t Have to Be Dry and Discouraging → The post January Doesn’t Have to Be Dry and Discouraging appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.

  • Caregiving is a marathon. Make sure you have the right people in your lifeboat.
    by Courtney Pulitzer on 01/10/2020 at 9:31 pm

    Being a caregiver can be lonely. Over time, friends and family may start to fade away or your involvement with your elder can become more and more time consuming. Your world can begin to feel very small. As you encounter tricky situations, you might struggle to know how to navigate them gracefully. This caregiving race … Continue reading Caregiving is a marathon. Make sure you have the right people in your lifeboat. → The post Caregiving is a marathon. Make sure you have the right people in your lifeboat. appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.

  • Is it Time for Help? Knowing When Your Aging Loved One Can’t Go it Alone Anymore
    by Courtney Pulitzer on 12/18/2019 at 8:24 pm

    The holiday season is typically the time when families and friends visit aging loved ones more than during the year. Frequently, this is also the time when they discover troubling changes in health, behavior or physical appearance of their elder loved one. Many will discover their aging loved one now needs more help or attention … Continue reading Is it Time for Help? Knowing When Your Aging Loved One Can’t Go it Alone Anymore → The post Is it Time for Help? Knowing When Your Aging Loved One Can’t Go it Alone Anymore appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.

  • Last Minute Thanksgiving Tips for Hosting Aging Adults
    by cdaters on 11/26/2019 at 5:37 pm

    If your Thanksgiving holiday is fortunate enough to include multiple generations at the dinner table, here are some simple tips for keeping aging loved ones engaged, comfortable and safe during holiday celebrations. Last Minute Thanksgiving Tips for Hosting Aging Adults By Lisa Mayfield, MA, LMHC, GMHS, CMC – Aging Life Care Association® President When planning … Continue reading Last Minute Thanksgiving Tips for Hosting Aging Adults → The post Last Minute Thanksgiving Tips for Hosting Aging Adults appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.

  • Planning for Disaster: Evacuation Tips for Aging Adults
    by cdaters on 10/04/2019 at 10:25 pm

    No matter how much planning one does before a natural disaster—be it a hurricane, tornado, earthquake, fire, or flood—its arrival can often feel like a complete surprise. And for aging seniors, evacuating often comes with its own set of difficulties. With hurricane season still in effect and early winter storms blanketing parts of the country … Continue reading Planning for Disaster: Evacuation Tips for Aging Adults → The post Planning for Disaster: Evacuation Tips for Aging Adults appeared first on Aging Life Care Association.

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