Living

Jonathan Howes

Have you heard people talk about the good ole days or the glory days? When someone talks about the glory days, he is typically reminiscing a fond memory of the past.

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Tim Golden, BrightStar Care

The most common reason people call my office seeking in-home care is that the caller is responsible for a loved one suffering from dementia and that loved one can’t be left alone. One of the most important things we can ask when dealing with loved ones as they age is “what are the early warning signs of dementia?”

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Jonathan Howes

I am an extremely positive and optimistic person. No matter what the situation, I always think it will work out with a best-case scenario. I definitely see the glass half-full.

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Tim Golden, BrightStar Care

Last month I tackled the topic of guardianships and conservatorships. As a quick review, if someone is incapacitated either due to disease or injury an “interested person” can petition the court to make those financial decisions (conservatorship) or non-financial decisions (guardian-ship) on behalf of the incapacitated individual. Sounds complicated, doesn’t it?

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Mandy Snell Harris

Hey everyone!! It’s been awhile since I’ve ‘really’ had time or the mindset, to put words on paper. Life is such an extreme roller coaster ride, yes you have heard the phrase a zillion times. But I have been right there in the middle of those hills and turns for a few months now.

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