The Perfect Holiday Gift Guide for your Aging Loved One

As the Holiday season quickly approaches, it is very easy to become stressed about gift selection. There are several people that you must buy for, including your aging loved ones. Here are some great gift ideas to take the burden of selecting gifts for your aging loved ones off your shoulders. Comfort Comfort is a […]

Transitioning your Loved One to Home Care

Since birth, our parents have been caring for us and looking out for our best interest. As we both grow older, it is time for us children to step up to the plate and take on the caregiver role. As our parents age it can oftentimes be difficult to attend to all their needs on […]

Dealing With the Loss of a Loved One During the Holidays

Growing up as a young child, holidays are designed as a time to spend and cherish memories with friends and extended family. As we grow older, we have to accept that holiday traditions will change due to aging loved ones. Since the holidays are meant to spend time with family, how do you cope when […]

When Should your Aging Loved One Retire their Driver’s License?

Are you beginning to notice that your aging loved one is having difficulty driving? Not sure if you’re just worrying about their well-being? The state of Illinois has implemented a list of regulations to help identify whether or not your loved one is becoming an unsafe driver, and to take some of the burden of […]

National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month

In 1983 approximately 2 million Americans were diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. In response to the growing number of people affected by Alzheimer’s, President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. Today, over 5.4 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease. Alzheimer’s Disease, often referred to as Alzheimer’s, is a neurological disease. Alzheimer’s causes […]