5 Tips for Talking with Your Aging Parents about Senior Living
Your parents probably mean the world to you, and you are concerned about their future. Will they be able to successfully live alone even as they age? What will happen when they are no longer able to drive, no longer able to maintain the house, or remember to take their medication? Chances are that these and other concerns about their safety have led you to question whether or not it’s time to talk with your parents about senior living.
Aging With Dignity The Silverado Way
Aging does not have to be boring and dull. You do not have to be confined to a dark and lonely place. Come join us at Silverado and see how we are changing lives, one person at a time- in an environment where normalization and love conquer the fear and turn it into love…
Hospice Caregiver Support and Services Providing care for someone at the end of life can be emotionally and physically exhausting and it takes great courage. At times you may have feelings of loneliness or stress, and you may not know what to expect. We want you to know that hospice support is here for you, too. CompassionCare Hospice works to ease a caregiver’s burden in many ways. Our health professionals ensure that caregivers are fully informed and well-prepared to care for their loved ones to the best of their ability. We are mindful of your physical, emotional and spiritual health, as well. In fact, a vital part of hospice home care is in support of caregivers. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
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Why you should choose G. Dallas Horton and Associates when you have been injured. The reason it is important to hire an experienced attorney is his or her experience. The insurance adjuster is well trained in claims management and claim values. An attorney is better trained at claims management and claim values. When lay people try to negotiate their own cases, they are the only one who does not understand claims management and value. Most often, the adjuster will take gross advantage of the claimant.
Walk to Fight Suicide
April 22, 2023 | Sunset Park | 9am-12pm The Out of the Darkness walks help raise funds for suicide prevention. Proceeds go directly to AFSP’s lifesaving research, education, advocacy and survivor support programming. The Las Vegas walk is also an opportunity to be there for one another, including ourselves, when someone is struggling. By participating, you are stepping into a growing movement of people sending the message that suicide can be prevented and that together, we can do more to save lives and support everyone's mental health. You can register for the walk at afsp.org/nevada