Breaking Barriers: How Aging Life Care Managers® Help Families Dealing with Resistant Aging Parents in Tallahassee

If you’re struggling with a resistant parent who is hesitant to accept help, please reach out to us and we can discuss the best approach to meet with you and your loved one to see how we can help with professional guidance and advocacy. With our expertise and guidance, you can navigate challenging care situations with knowledge, compassion, respect, and understanding.

Mindfulness and Meditation for Seniors

Meditation is a simple practice that anyone can practice, at nearly any time. Some benefits include reduction of stress, an increased level of calmness and clarity, and an overall sense of happiness. Mindfulness and meditation can be great skills for anyone to develop but can especially be beneficial for seniors.

What Winter Can Teach Us About Hope

John Steinbeck had this to say about winter: “What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” As we begin another winter that is filled with uncertainty about the pandemic and its variants, we’re sharing some of the wisdom of our clients about this time of year, and how we can still maintain hope and optimism in the most bitter of winters.

A Caregiver’s Toolkit

The role of a caregiver can be a sudden or unexpected transition, and many new caregivers aren’t sure where to start looking for resources and support. This toolkit provides a starting point with essential tools and tips to stay organized and lessen stress as much as possible.

The Help You Need When Facing Care Challenges with Your Aging Loved One

Families are often caught off guard when a health crisis happens to their aging loved one. When Sandy didn’t know what to do for her father who had just suffered a broken hip and was facing surgery, she turned to Senior Transitions for guidance and advice. Learn how Senior Transitions can help you and your family when facing aging care challenges.

Helping Seniors Stay Connected

Everyone benefits when the whole family can stay connected, and in the last couple of years the best way to do this is through technology that Seniors typically have a difficult time understanding. For Joe and his family, buying him a tablet and teaching him how to use it was the best decision they could have made. Helping Seniors stay connected with their families may take some time but, with an open mind, it can be fun along the way!