As you age, there are times when you’re looking for a program or a specialist to aid in the care of a disabled loved one or yourself. Fortunately, there is a source for that type of information that’s as close as the Detroit Area Agency on Aging’s “Senior Solution Resource Guide for Seniors and Caregivers.”
One Detroit nursing home closes each year. That’s among the findings of a new report out this week by the The Detroit Area Agency on Aging.
The state of Michigan’s first Senior Emergency Room is about to celebrate its first anniversary. St. Mary Mercy Hospital in Livonia opened a Senior ER in July 2010, answering the needs of an aging population and enhancing their care experience.
The average family of four spends at least $600 a month on food, but Lisa Lee Freeman, editor in chief of ShopSmart magazine, has new ways to save on your grocery bill — from what […]
The following is a Michigan caregiver’s story sent to WWJ, told in her own words. What a blessing it is to be able to give back to the one person who gave you life. What […]
Anne Osmer Reporting Are you a senior or caring for a senior who is looking for transportation resources? Getting around metro Detroit can be challenging, especially for those who don’t drive. “Transportation is a very highly […]
Anne Osmer Reporting Older people who spent at least 14 hours a week taking care of a disabled spouse lived longer than others. That is the unexpected finding of a University of Michigan study forthcoming […]
Anne Osmer Reporting A new study released by Caring.com, a Web site that provides information to people who are caring for aging parents, found that 80 percent of baby boomers caring for an aging parent […]