Category: Helping Seniors

    Who Can You Trust? Four steps to naming a TCP

    You’re likely familiar with the ‘Trust Fall’ – a team-building exercise that has been around long enough now that it’s already been parodied to death in film and television. More recent research into the nature of workplace community and productivity has shown the exercise itself is not all that effective in building real, long-term trust […]

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    Far away From Family: Three things we can do to protect loved ones from the financial pitfalls of isolation

    I can remember visiting my grandma well into her 90’s and I always marveled at the phone calls and drop in visitors that she had from family and friends. The phone calls and visits were instrumental in keeping her connected to and safe from the outside world. My grandma had eight children and 46 grandchildren, […]

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    Giving Back to Our Seniors

    Giving Back – to all the fantastic older people who have left an impact on our lives I was fortunate enough to have three of my four grandparents live well in to their 90s, and one, in fact, was 102 when she passed away. Growing up, I had the benefit of their experience, wisdom and […]

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