Trusted Sources Are More Trusted
I was not surprised to read the results of a recent study. The study found that parents didn’t trust the internet to provide trustworthy answers to medical questions when their children had significant health issues.
The information-seeking behavior of parents and ... Read More →
“Falls are one of the most common health problems experienced by older adults and are a common cause of losingfunctional independence,” said guidelines panel co-chair Mary E. Tinetti, MD, from Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut, in a news release. “Given their ... Read More →
Emergency response systemsEmergency response systems (most often known as medical alert or medical alarm systems) provide a signaling device you can wear at home. If there is a medical or other emergency, you press a button to alert an operator who contacts emergency personnel. This ... Read More →
I recently read that near 90% of seniors want to age in place. When I was younger, I’d have thought those numbers couldn’t be true. When I get old, so my thinking went, I will move ... Read More → We all have power to change… to become better… To help others… no matter how far down life’s path. Aaron’s a great example!A co-worker wondered why I post these Power of One topics. I do these on Sunday morning… as a way to highlight others ... Read More →