Category: Parents

Did You Notice a Decline in Your Parents Over the Holidays?

Grandmother and grandchildren enjoying sparklers

During the holidays, many families may have visited their aging loved ones, seeing them in-person for the first time in months, possibly even since last year. These visits are important because they provide families with time to reconnect and share in the joys of the season, but they also provide adult children with a valuable… Read more »

4 Things to Do When Your Parents are Resisting Help

parents decision making planning

“Doctor, my mom needs help, but she won’t accept it and she won’t listen.” Sound familiar? It’s a complaint I hear all the time from families worried about older parents and aging relatives. And it’s a very real issue that we must address. For better health and wellbeing in older adults, it’s not enough to… Read more »