A Life Untold: Recording our Loved One’s Memories So They are Never Forgotten

I started the Upside to Aging for several reasons, but none more important than my belief that every family caregiver deserves the chance to get to know their loved one with dementia during this new phase of their life. There are many ways you can do this. However, it is understandable that after a diagnosis […]

Read More

Designing for Dignity: NEAT Sheets Napkins Are Changing the Way We Provide Care

Check out more at http://neatsheets4eats.com! The Senior Living Industry has discussed the need for a culture change for over ten years, and yet in each new Care Home I’ve worked in there are certain aspects of the nursing home culture that remains persistent. One of the first things I remember learning while working in a Care […]

Read More

Chair Yoga with Flow With Fe in Honor of Healthy Aging Month

Guest Post Author: Felicia Gross, LMSW | Flow With Fe This month we get a two-in-one special for older adults, and we LOVE it! September is observed as both Healthy Aging Month and Fall Prevention Awareness Month.  And because of this, FLOW with Fe is acknowledging the importance of taking preventative measures to live a healthy, […]

Read More

The Diagnosis Debate Hosted by GE Healthcare: With No Cure, Why Should we Aim for Earlier Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s Disease?

I was thrilled to be included as a panel member of the #TalkingTime debate hosted by GE Healthcare, which corresponded with the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) 2018 Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, CA. The debate hosted by GE comes at a critical time in the aging services. The number of older adults projected to need […]

Read More

The Story of a Life Time, My Last Soundtrack

An E-Legacy Today, you’d be hard-pressed not to find traces of someone on the internet.  People will share just about everything with the world allowing each of us a brief glimpse into their life. I’ve often wondered what happens to these pages if the person who owned them passes away. Would the last post or […]

Read More