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Angie's List Expanded to Help You Find Elder Care Options

According to Consumer Talk's Daniel Vasquez' article titled "Helping out-of-state loved ones just got easier," we've just found a gem of a place to look for some elder care solutions. Elders are vulnerable people, and we need and want services that have been reviewed by unbiased users. Read more →

Safety for Seniors; Peace of Mind for Caregivers

I checked out the LifeStation Website, and, after seeing the amount of information and their impressive history, I happily agreed to write about them. Shhh, don’t tell them. After reading “How To Choose The Right Medical Alert Company,” I was so impressed, I would have written about them without the sponsorship. This looks like the best of the best. Read more →

Caregiving: Do People Need To Divorce To Afford to Care for a Loved One?

Emstrom said, "Some day Bryan will need care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There are taxes, utilities and food to pay for. Some couples divorce so one can stay at home and be a caregiver for the other. The sanctity of marriage is being jeopardized." Read more →