Caregiving

Holding hands.

Simple Checklist for Planning a Funeral

Posted by Sophie Bebeau on Thu May 04 2023

Planning a funeral after the death of a loved one is one of the most challenging things we might do in life. It can be emotionally draining to work through the details of funeral arrangements, costs, and paperwork in the weeks after a death. In addition, if you weren’t able to discuss end-of-life wishes with your loved one, it may be even more difficult to plan their funeral. However, with some guidance and information, you can tackle planning a funeral with as little stress as possible.Read More


Couple using social media.

Senior Scrolling on Social Media

Posted by Brianna Maguire on Tue Oct 10 2023

We wanted to find out just how popular social media is among older adults, so we surveyed 489 Americans aged 58 and older about their social media use. We also visited TikTok to learn about the latest #tiktokgrandma and #tiktokgrandpa trends. Let’s scroll through our findings.Read More


Adult woman with mom and child.

Prioritizing Self-Care as a Sandwich Generation Caregiver

Posted by Chad Birt on Tue May 16 2023

There are 2.5 million Americans providing care for both younger and older family members simultaneously. Known as the ‘sandwich generation,’ these family caregivers juggle multiple responsibilities, from childrearing and transportation to medication management and companionship.Read More


Health provider helping woman lift weight.

Physical Therapy After a Stroke: What to Expect and Necessary Supplies

Posted by Chad Birt on Tue Jun 13 2023

After a stroke, you may need to relearn skills, such as how to get dressed, brush your teeth, and bathe. This process can be slow and difficult, but physical and occupational therapy help. If you or a loved one recently had a stroke, you might wonder what stroke recovery entails.Read More