Five Legal Documents You Need for Your Parents

These documents will ensure that you can assist your parents in a medical or…

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Home Safety for the Senior in Your Life

As our loved ones grow older, it’s very important to create an environment where…

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Ease the Burden of Spousal Caregiving

I recently had the pleasure of spending time with John and Marianne while hosting…

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Be the “CEO” of Your Own Caregiving

As an internationally recognized caregiving expert who has been in the field for over…

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Women Over 50 Are Shaping America’s Political Destiny

What a year 2016 has been! For American politics, it’s the year women truly…

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A Primary Caregiver’s Basic Toolkit

Currently there are more than 44 million people providing care for an aging loved…

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Are you sleepy ALL of the time?

A good night’s sleep is one of the most effective tools known to enhance…

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Do You Have a Fire Safety Plan?

Ok so the fire alarm went off in our building yesterday (about 100 times…

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Health to Happiness: Dr. Alexis FAQ’s

As a leading lifestyle gerontologist for the 50+ population, I’m often asked a myriad of different…

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Caregiver Interview with Dr. Alexis

What tips would you give to someone who is brand new to caregiving for…

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Are You Parenting Your Parent?

You make every effort to care for your parent.  But instead of acting grateful…

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How to Stay Socially Connected

As we age, we tend to become creatures of habit – even more so…

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Tips for Caring for the Caregiver

Being the primary caregiver for an older loved one is tough, and expectations are…

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Caring for Someone with Alzheimer’s

The latest statistics reveal that one in three people will die with some form…

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May 17th was World Hypertension Day

World Hypertension Day, celebrated annually on May 17th, serves as a formal occasion to…

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Is Aging in Place the Right Choice?

Aging in place refers to the ability for seniors to live in their own homes,…

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Getting Well Without the Wait

For a generation who is raising our families on microwaved meals and managing our…

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Products to Help You Stay Independent

Independence is paramount in our day-to-day lives, so it’s no surprise that the fear…

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Grandparenting in the Melting Pot

Most people feel that having a mixed-race grandchild is no big deal and a great gift.  There’s so much to enjoy by having a family that is influenced by more than one cultural or ethnic tradition.

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CareSquad.com Secures Partnership

CareSquad.com partners with Aging Expert, Dr. Alexis Abramson, for ground-breaking leap in online Family…

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Having the Sex Talk with Your Parent

Many years ago your mom or dad probably had “the talk” with you. Perhaps…

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