October 11, 2010

A Morning Full of Hope

Where are these people rushing off to?  Was there free GATOR etouffee being offered in the aftermath of the LSU/Florida game?  No, this picture was taken […]
October 7, 2010

Caregiving From A Distance

Are you one of the many family caregivers that is charged with the challenge of making decisions for a loved from long distance?  If so, our […]
October 1, 2010

Hit-or-Miscommunication

Fathers often don’t understand their daughters.  I recall that as a teenager I frequently dumbfounded my dad with my choices in, for example, fashion, music, and […]
September 23, 2010

Seniors and Clutter

Clutter is a symptom of our hurried and harried lifestyles.  When we don’t have the time, energy or desire to deal with something, we simply stack […]
September 13, 2010

Women Make a Difference!

Thought we would take a second to share with everyone a great organization in Baton Rouge called the Women’s Council of Greater Baton Rouge. Each year, […]
September 9, 2010

Aging, Gracefully Or Otherwise

“I’m too old to roll but I still can rock!” quipped my grandmother from her rocking chair.  In the Sixties (both the era and her age) […]
September 6, 2010

Describing Alzheimer’s

“Insidious.”  It’s not a word often overheard in everyday conversation, but it is the perfect description for Alzheimer’s.  “Insidious”—spoken aloud, it even has a sort of […]
September 6, 2010

They Must See Your Appreciation…

During my time with Home Instead Senior Care, I’ve had the opportunity to see the world of caregiving from an interesting position.  My company provides companionship […]
August 12, 2010

When Daddy Isn’t Daddy Any More

I can isolate the very moment I truly began to understand Alzheimer’s.  Perhaps the moment stands out in such stark clarity because it happened in such […]