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Halloween Safety for Seniors

 Posted by Terry Kern on October 16, 2017 at 11:36 AM
Halloween is coming soon, and seniors may want to get involved in their neighborhood fun. Here are some ways to do that, while keeping everyone safe:   1.       Keep the lights on: Even if you are not handing out candy, leave your interior and exterior lights on. This will help it look like you’re home, even if you aren’t. Try leaving a sign on your front door that says you are not handing out candy....

How to Manage Care with Technology

 Posted by Terry Kern on October 5, 2017 at 3:49 PM
If you’re a long-distance care giver for your loved one, technology can help you keep in touch, and keep up to date with their medical care. Technology can help seniors keep their independence and feel connected to their families. It can also give loved ones a peace of mind that their seniors are staying healthy.

Caring for Your Parents Personal Property

 Posted by Terry Kern on October 4, 2017 at 5:25 PM
As you stare at the clouds on your flight home from your sister’s wedding, you think about your aging parents and come to the realization – it’s time to help them downsize. Their two-story family home was great when they were younger, but now it’s a burden to maintain that amount of space. They knew eventually they would be ready to sell their home and discussed this transition open and honestly with you and your siblings. All you can think is “t...

10 Tips for Long-Distance Caregivers

 Posted by Terry Kern on October 3, 2017 at 4:47 PM
Long-distance caregivers take on many important roles in the lives of those who need their help. Senior Care can be stressful to navigate on its own. With the additional factor of distance, time and logistics can have a larger impact on how loved one’s care for the care receiver.Long-distance caregivers often balance the demand of multiple households, work, and daily life as a whole. We compiled ten expert tips to help you take your loved one’s c...

Managing Long-Distance Caregiver Guilt

 Posted by Terry Kern on October 2, 2017 at 4:59 PM
Life can be complex and emotional. For those who care for loved ones, there is an extra layer of responsibility. Long-distance caregiver’s often struggle with making sure they understand the needs of the care receiver while often feeling guilty about living so far away from those they are caring for.Distance can make handling important decisions on medical health and living conditions difficult. What is often overlooked is the stress of guilt tha...

Long-Distance Caregiver Checklist: Documents to Create & Keep

 Posted by Terry Kern on October 1, 2017 at 4:16 PM
Keeping pertinent information, paperwork, and records well organized and readily available, is key to simplifying and addressing these tasks efficiently. According to senior care experts from aplaceformom.com, “Knowing where the official records are located as well as having copies of these important financial, legal and health documents can save you thousands of dollars and countless hours of time spent tracking down records.”For families whose ...

Why the Younger Generation May Not Want Your Stuff

 Posted by Terry Kern on September 28, 2017 at 9:11 AM
Downsizing your home and possessions isn’t as simple as it used to be. Past generations have been able to just hand down their furniture, fine china, and other goods to their kids. That trend is changing. Why? New information is showing that kids don’t want your stuff!

What Is CRTS and why does it matter?

 Posted by Terry Kern on September 15, 2017 at 11:23 AM
What is CRTS?Each Caring Transitions office specializes in Relocation and Transition through their CRTS Certification. CRTS was founded in 2004 to standardize the knowledge within industries that cater to senior relocation, downsizing, and aging in place. The certification itself stands for Certified Relocation and Transition Specialist™. In order to earn CRTS designation, Caring Transitions offices must adhere to industry specific guidelines tha...

CT by the Numbers

 Posted by Terry Kern on July 11, 2017 at 5:57 PM

Facts and Figures of Maintaining a Home

 Posted by Terry Kern on July 6, 2017 at 11:35 AM
During a Home Transition, there are many costs to consider.  For most Americans, their home is their largest asset, and also their largest expense. There are many nuances that factor into a late-life move, and many times families find themselves overwhelmed and short on time and resources. Hiring a professional to guide and plan the process not only eliminates stress, but eliminates expense and allows the family to take advantage of their large a...
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