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Is It Ever OK To Assist An Elder To Commit Suicide?

In a small county in central California, an 86 year old retired firefighter was sentenced to two days in jail and probation for assisting his wife to commit suicide. The Tribune News in San Luis Obispo reported the story with

Can Your Aging Loved One Learn To Use Technology?

Hello again.    Mikol here.   We hope this finds you well. Today, I want to share with you an experience I had with my Mom, who was 86 when this happened.  My Mom, Alice, was computer phobic before Dad

Independent Alice, 91, Finds Her Own Solution To The Too-Big House

Hello again, We hope you are doing well. We’ve been talking to Mikol’s Mom, Alice a lot lately about her house.  Now that she’s 91, she’s considering that a large sprawling house is just too much.  Sometimes, an elder stays

Make It Easier For Your Adult Children: A New Year’s Resolution

Only about 25% of older adults have taken the time to think about what would happen if they became incapacitated, and have filled out a healthcare directive. This seems pretty unfair to their adult children. Why put the burden on

Elder Financial Abuse Under Our Noses?

This is unbelievable.  Here we are, always trying to alert people to financial abuse and we think Mikol’s own mom, Alice, has been taken advantage of by her financial advisor!   Alice is 91, is blessed with a great memory

Is Caring For Aging Parents Making You Anxious?

Hello, again.  Carolyn and Mikol here I’ve just been talking to colleagues here in Marin County about helping to educate our community about anxiety, a problem that affects so many.  Here is some information we’ve gathered to put on our

Granny Has a New Boyfriend

By Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., B.S.N., Attorney When it comes to elders, most of us don’t think of romance. For some reason, our culture seems to entirely dismiss the concept that older people, divorced or widowed, might fall in love

How to handle a dangerous older driver

“How To Help A Dangerous Older Driver Give Up The Keys For Good”                                                          There comes a time in every elder’s life that driving is no longer safe for anyone on the road. Whether you’ve already had “the talk” –

When Nice Aging Parents Start Behaving Badly

When Nice Aging Parents Start Behaving Badly We’re hearing from a lot of new caregivers lately.  Their parents are in their 80’s and 90’s usually.  The parent was doing fairly well for a time. Then things began to change. Suddenly,

“How To Help A Dangerous Older Driver Give Up The Keys For Good”

“How To Help A Dangerous Older Driver Give Up The Keys For Good” There comes a time in every elder’s life that driving is no longer safe for anyone on the road. Whether you’ve already had “the talk” – which

The Catch 22 In Efforts to Cut Medicare Spending

Some of our Congressional leaders are vehement about it.  Some disagree.  Everyone seems to get that we need to fix our debt problem by reducing government spending on something. But what? For those who are extremists about cutting government spending

5 Things You Need To Do After A Holiday Visit With Aging Parents

Sometimes, there’s just no substitute for a face to face visit.  Adult children may be getting a wake-up call this season when  you visit aging parents.  Little things you can’t learn in a phone call can come to light. Their

What Can You Do About A Sibling That Refuses To Help An Aging Parent

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Five Quick Tips For Handling A Dangerous Older Driver

In the 29 years I handled personal injury cases, most of them were car accidents. I represented injured people hundreds of times. When the victim was hit by an elder or older driver who should never have been driving, I

The Boomer’s Guide to Aging Parents

Carolyn L. Rosenblatt discusses her new book, The Boomer’s Guide to Aging Parents. A 9 part series which details specific

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  • Form A Plan To Visit Your Aging Parents and Still Maintain Safety May 22, 2020
    Carolyn L. Rosenblatt, R.N., Attorney, Consultant, AgingParents.com For months, most of us have been following the quarantine rules, staying at home and respecting the infectious nature of COVID-19. We know that our elders, that is, people over 65 are at…Read more ›
    Mikol Davis
  • Five Ways Nursing Homes Can Stop The Tragic Spread Of COVID-19 May 1, 2020
    COVID-19 is particularly dangerous to our nation’s most vulnerable: those living in nursing homes. In some places, a state’s death rate from the disease is about 40-50% of all deaths from this pandemic. According to the Washington Post, the World…Read more ›
    Carolyn Rosenblatt
  • Vulnerable Aging Parents? Help Them With Legal Paperwork Now March 30, 2020
    Just about everyone understands that our elders are at greater risk because of the corona virus. The facts are inescapable: risk of serious illness is worse for those over 65, especially with other medical conditions like high blood pressure as…Read more ›
    Carolyn Rosenblatt
  • Start The New Year Right With Your Aging Loved Ones January 6, 2020
    Here’s a New Year’s resolution you can adopt—keep closer tabs on your aging parents. If they’re generally doing ok, you may not think they need close monitoring. But aging is sneaky and can rob a person of the alertness needed…Read more ›
    Carolyn Rosenblatt
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