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Balancing Act: How to Help Your Loved One Without Helping Too Much

“I want to do it myself!” As a parent, at some point, you have to learn to let go. Kids must be allowed to try and fail, hard as it is to stand by and watch. Growing up is all … Continue reading

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Deb’s Best Practices for Keeping Your Aging Loved One Safe

As our loved ones age, their safety becomes a top-of-the-mind concern. Should they still be driving? Are they able to handle a snow storm or a power outage? What if they fall and no one is there to hear or … Continue reading

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Winter Weather Advisory: How to Keep Your Aging Loved One Safe in a Blizzard

As we head into the new year, there hasn’t yet been much snow here in Southern New England. But, as anyone who lives here long enough knows, this is probably the calm before inevitable winter storms. The National Oceanic and … Continue reading

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How to Talk with Clients in Troubled Times

Whatever your views on the news, outrage rules the Internet and airways. It’s hard to avoid, and it’s hard not to feel weighed down by the latest dark headlines about raging wildfires, flooded communities, mass shootings, trade wars, nuclear arms … Continue reading

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How to Increase the Odds of Aging in Place

No one dreams of living in a nursing home someday. The ideal is to live out our lives in the comfort of our own homes. Luck is certainly a factor in realizing the goal of “aging in place” —health risks … Continue reading

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