This comprehensive guide is designed to help boomers and seniors make wiser and more informed decisions as they advance into the second half of their lives so they can truly make the Best of the Rest. The book features...
This comprehensive guide is designed to help boomers and seniors make wiser and more informed decisions as they advance into the second half of their lives so they can truly make the Best of the Rest. The book features...
You need not move to live gracefully and safely as you age. A respected author taps into expertise on how your home can be modestly renovated to ease the physical challenges and provide a great quality of life in...
This latest, enhanced and updated edition will help guide the thinking of those challenged with aging in the family. Since the last edition in 2006, much has happened in the field of eldercare. There is now an increasing awareness of...
My father lived an inspiring End of Life, and before he passed, he encouraged me to share the story of his transition. He faced metastatic cancer by living fully for the rest of his days. When treatments beat him...
As seniors grow older, do they need to downsize their living situation? Or can they, with careful preparation, continue to live in their homes and communities safely, independently and comfortably – in other words, "age in place"? In the...
In the twenty-first century, people are living longer and healthier lives after retirement, and "downsizing" is a topic that is often discussed. Downsizing can refer to a spatial change and can take on many forms: single-family bungalows, condominiums, apartments,...
Continuing care retirement living covers the entire spectrum of options, from independent condominiums or apartments to full-time nursing care. How does one know the type of living situation that may be best for aging parents or oneself? In the...
Downsizing one's lifestyle starts and ends with the question, "What do I do with my stuff?" In the second of an eight-book series on downsizing, senior move managers Doug and Judy Robinson take the reader through the answers to...
When parents move in with their children, or when adult children move back in with their parents, the new changes that result can be unsettling if not planned for in advance. In the fifth of an eight-book series on...
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