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Articles on helping aging parents live a productive, fulfilling, and joyful retirement, covering critical issues for the elderly and advice for their caregivers.
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Tips & Tools
From home safety and healthy living to avoiding elder fraud scams, these tips will help aging parents live their vintage years to their fullest.
Is Your Bed Too High?
It's a known fact as we age we lose an inch or two from our height. Without even realizing it, suddenly our bed seems higher than it once was. If your feet can’t touch the floor while sitting on the bed, it means your bed is too high. Try lowering it by removing your box spring. Similarly, if your knees are higher than your hips while sitting, it means your bed is probably too low. In this case, try adding a box spring.
What People Are Saying About The Elder's Advocate
As we have watched our parents get older, we have lived with the decline of their cognitive abilities, seen their health decline and lived through travelling back and forth on the 401 to help take care of them. Once we made the decision to bring our parents to Toronto from Montreal Sharon was invaluable. We had no idea where to begin looking nor were we aware of what we should be looking for. Sharon helped us navigate through all of this by taking us through living arrangements and housing options, discussing the various levels of care required while continuing to ask us questions we hadn't yet thought of. I highly recommend her.
John Outridge, Co-Owner High Park Brewery
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