Since I work with aging experts at Senior Care.com, it’s high time I do.The matters that will get my attention in 2016 are my living preferences, my independence, my safety, and my care. A few months ago, Sixty and Me published one of my first posts on the subject of elder orphans.In our community, it is more of a struggle because our agency has been providing for several communities.” “See a doctor once a year, get tests, get immunizations, eat a Mediterranean diet, exercise like a fiend and take care of your teeth. I have no regrets doing this.” “People who are married and have children can’t be sure that their grown children will assist them in old age. Some can’t be bothered.” “Better get used to taking care of yourself and expecting nothing from other people because every government agency associated with help for the elderly is going to be eliminated by the Republican Party – Social Security, Medicare, and all ‘safety net’ programs are on the chopping block right now.” You can see the original comments by clicking on links to the articles in this post.The commentaries illustrate real concerns of individuals about aging alone.Laura feels the presence of other people in the house and months later Laura invites a team of parapsychologists to try to unravel the mystery.
Laura decides to reopen an orphanage for handicapped children in the location and during the opening party, Simón calls her to show the little cabin of his friend Tomás.
“When my late husband was in the hospital, some years ago, I realized how important it was to have an advocate when you are ill and in the hospital, especially when you are old.
I don’t have one, so I hope I never find myself in that position.” “An avenue of care is girlfriends.
Carol Marak founded the Elder Orphan Facebook Group and https:// She’s an experienced family caregiver who focuses her efforts on solo agers.
Carol believes the act of giving care puts primary caregivers at risk of aging alone.