Month: November 2016

Tips to Reduce Risk of Falls

Alzheimer’s and Falling: Tips to Reduce Risks By Ava M. Stinnett As our loved ones age, the risk of falling increases. This may be due to changes in vision or perception, difficulty with balance, or cognitive impairment. Side effects from certain medications and medical conditions can cause dizziness or lightheadedness when standing. People with Alzheimer’s […]

Sleeping Giant Awakens

By John Stauffer It is clear to me that the Boom Generation is a sleeping giant that is beginning to awaken…and it is cranky! For too long the needs of the families of the baby boomers have faced some daunting care circumstances. They are often faced with the care of aging/ailing parents and in some […]

MSU Department Partners

MSU Department of Kinesiology Partners with Helping Hands Respite Care Not long ago we had the privilege of presenting to the head of the MSU Department of Kinesiology and found that we were an ideal match to the students of this department wishing for relevant work opportunities in our various programs. Student are lining up […]

Giving Tuesday

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Giving Tuesday – It is a Thing! You may have heard about Giving Tuesday. This is the 5th year for this special day that defies the retail craziness which escalates beginning right after Thanksgiving with Black Friday and continues through Cyber Monday.  In 2012 Giving Tuesday was established as a counterpoint to the retail crush […]