KATYA’S BLOG

NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS

In the past, neighbors were friends, and you could count on them in times of need. The neighborhood was a support system primarily for older people living alone. Someone always visited or checked on them. Nowadays, most people don’t know their neighbors, and personal contact is limited to a quick good morning on your jog or waving as you drive by. What has happened to us? COVID

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GOLDEN GIRLS CO-HOUSING

As a 71-year-old early Baby Boomer, I’ve been concerned about the present eldercare system for a long time. It is slowly beginning to change but not fast enough for most of us. Person-Centered care, dementia villages, and holistic principals for senior living are part of that change. But the majority of the eldercare facilities remain stuck in the past of catering to the post-WWII generation. I live

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