One of Those Places

One of Those Places

Quality long term care—regardless of the category—should be an automatic public expectation. There should only be two kinds of providers: The EXCELLENT and the NON-EXISTENT. Not the perfect—the care you give in your home to a loved one isn’t perfect. In recent days,...
The Hallowed Ground of Caregiving

The Hallowed Ground of Caregiving

Let’s talk about what I think may be the most important “labor” in the world—caregiving, whether paid or volunteer. a labor of love! Did you know: 70% of us will need care—most of us will be caregivers AND receivers! 80% of nursing home care goes on in family homes;...
Book review – Kenn B.

Book review – Kenn B.

Your book Hallowed Ground was received on Saturday and read over the holiday. It was thoroughly enjoyed; definitely relatable; oftentimes humorous and without a doubt on point in its message. Although I am not a religious individual there was an identifiable message...
Barriers to Successful Aging

Barriers to Successful Aging

Our second Decatur First Methodist “Cafe” series on successful aging was last night. The topic was “Barriers to Successful Aging.” Participants are eager to share their stories, ask for help, and learn from each other. I laid out for the major...