Feeling Sluggish? Low Energy? Here’s a Terrific and Super-Healthy Cure!

We literally take hundreds of calls daily, and one of the biggest grumbles that we hear from our clients has nothing to do with incontinence.  It’s all about how sluggish they feel, and how they ‘wish they had the energy they did when they were younger.’ You may recall that I did a video blog […]

5 Tips to staying Mentally Healthy

I read the most beautiful article the other day. Someone had brought kittens to a nursing facility that needed to be bottle fed. “Ohhh how sweet and cute,” is usually the initial reaction when you see tiny kittens being bottle fed by an elderly man and woman. Surprisingly, it’s not something I thought into more […]

A Holiday Message…

Well where did that year go? I think 2016 will go down in history as one of the strangest years in history. I hope all of you made it through unscathed and positive about the future. In these uncertain times it can be difficult for many, especially those of us in chairs who often depend […]

Renting a Home from a Chair

My family and I recently went through a rather difficult, yet educational experience. For the first time since my injury I was jointly responsible for a home. By the this I mean my name was on the lease. Many of us in chairs often live with family, some us received a settlement and bought a home, […]

Getting Back in the Game

I think that for almost every one of us reading this message, we have at least one thing in common:  We’ve experienced some setbacks in life.  It could be financial, losing a beloved family member, friend or co-worker, divorce, a lay-off, our health, and many other things – including incontinence.  It’s easy to have a […]

Six Ways Technology Can Make Caregiving Easier

Welcome back! If you’re like me, technology plays a big role in your life that it didn’t have ten or fifteen years ago. But technology, thus far, has made only modest contributions to supporting caregivers, the legions of family members and friends who help sustain elderly, disabled, sick and recovering patients. With that in mind, […]

Not Dead Yet

This week I have another blog to share, brought to you by Judy Oppenheimer. This was originally posted on Slate.com and the article discusses aging as a baby boomer and the stigma that can come with aging.

7 Ways To Transform Caregiving From Burden To Opportunity

Today I have an article I found while browsing through google news. The author is Kathy Caprino of Forbes.com. The article highlights 7 unique ways you can transform caregiving from a burder to an opporunity. Now I will admit that up to this point in my life I have never been a caregiver, however, I think […]