May 24, 2022 – Challenging Conversations About Aging
April 5, 2022 – Becoming Your Own Health Advocate
February 17, 2022 – Tech and Older Adults
February 14, 2022 – Caregiver Support Services – Worth or Waste of Time<
December 7, 2021 – Choosing Senior Care Based on Staffing
November 2, 2021 – Choosing a Care Facility Based on Emergency Preparedness
September 30, 2021 – Maximizing the Ability of a Loved One with Dementia
September 13, 2021 – Caregiver Envy
July 15, 2021 – Social Isolation and Seniors
May 12, 2021 – Siblings and Caregiving Issues
March 16, 2021 – Older Adults and Vaccinations
February 22, 2021 – Tips for New Grandparents
January 21, 2021 – New Year’s Resolutions for Seniors
November 23, 2020 – Long-Distance Caregiving and Covid
November 17, 2020 – Moving Mom or Dad Out of Senior Care
October 26, 2020 – Getting Along with Your Adult Children
September 24, 2020 – Being a Grandparent During a Pandemic
June 30, 2020 – Elderspeak
April 22, 2020 – Caregiving During a Pandemic
March 19, 2020 – Coronavirus and Seniors
February 19, 2020 – Senior Dating
January 29, 2020 – Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
December 27, 2019 – The Importance of NY Resolutions (and purpose) for Seniors
November 27, 2019 – Practicing Gratitude
October 14, 2019 – Pet Ownership for Seniors
September 11, 2019 – Aging in Place
August 2, 2019 – Granny Cams
June 13, 2019 – Senior Frauds and Scams
May 16, 2019 – Pickle Ball!
March 28, 2019 – Reentering the Workforce After Caregiving
February 22, 2019 – Seniors and Driving
January 18, 2019 – The Impact of Caregiving on Relationships
December 26, 2018 – The Importance of New Year’s Resolutions for Seniors
November 14, 2018 – Caregiving and the Holidays
September 25 – The New Face of Grand-Parenting
August 2 – Senior Divorce
June 20 – Capturing Your Life Story
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May 24 – Senior Isolation
- Selfhelp VSC (http://vscm.selfhelp.net)
- Love Inc – https://www.loveinc-charlotte.org/adopt-an-elder.htm
April 5 Young Caregivers
- The United States is not the only country where children become caregivers. But we are at the lower end of the scale in terms of helping these children.
- Health care professionals need to look at the whole family when creating care plans and ensure the contributions of young caregivers do not interfere with their educational and extracurricular activities.
- There are some associations that have tackled this head on. The National MS Society(https://www.nationalmssociety.org/Living-Well-With-MS/Relationships/Family-Matters#section-2)has special programs for children.
- Alateen(http://al-anon.org/for-members/group-resources/alateen/ ) has had support groups for children of alcoholic parents for decades.
- AFA Teens for Alzheimer’s Awareness is the official teenage branch of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (http://afateens.org/)
- The American Association of Caregiving Youth (https://www.aacy.org)has a major program working with schools to serve young caregivers.
March 12 Home Sharing
- https://goldengirlsnetwork.com/ – They don’t do the matching but help you find like-minded people.
- https://homeshare.org – Home Share International is a good site just to find out more about the concept.
- http://nationalsharedhousing.org – National Shared Housing Resource Center. While there are no chapters in the Carolinas, it still gives you an idea of what you are getting into.
- http://www.seniorhomeshares.com – Senior Home Shares is a nationwide online housemate service specifically for older adults.
- https://www.silvernest.com – Silvernest is another online matching service that does do background checks.
- https://www.nesterly.io – like Silvernest.
What to Do with Mom and Dad’s Stuff
11/29/17 Finding Meaning Work After 60 – Viewer Links
Workforce50.com: For job seekers 50 and over; formerly called Senior Job Bank.
Retired Brains: For older boomers, seniors and retirees.
Seniors4Hire: Nationwide online career center.
RetireeWorkforce.com: For retirees and mature workers.
USA Jobs: Lets you browse federal government job openings.
The Riley Guide: Career advice plus links to thousands of websites that offer job postings and resources.
Job-Hunt.org: Links to a wide range of employment websites and career resources.
Weddle’s: Internet resources on job hunting and career management; includes online bookstore and biweekly newsletter.
Quintessential Careers: Comprehensive site for job search and career advice. Use search page to find articles geared to 50+ workers, including changing careers, résumés, age bias and lots more.
Wall Street Journal – Careers: The Wall Street Journal’sexecutive career site. Find job postings, salary information, advice on managing your career and an online forum.
Career One-Stop Centers: Centers provide employment assistance to job seekers in over 2,000 communities across the U.S., offering help with finding a job, planning your next career steps or change, locating training, and coping with job loss. To find one near you, call toll-free 877-US2-JOBS (877-872-5627).
Small Business Administration (SBA): Provides information, one-on-one counseling and training at no charge to individuals who seek to start a business. SBA centers are located throughout the country and have libraries, special services for women entrepreneurs, and access to market research databases.
Execu-Net: Find job opportunities and networking for executive jobs in the $100K employment market. Requires paid membership (30-, 90-, 180- and 360-day options).
40Plus: A volunteer organization devoted to helping its members find jobs. It offers a training course, job search counseling, résumé development, weekly peer support meetings and other resources, all supported by member fees.
Five O’Clock Club: Career coaching and outplacement network for professionals, managers and executives.
Travel Sites for Seniors
- Road Scholar
- Over 50 and Overseas
- Rick Steves
- Cruise Planners
- Travel with a Challenge
- Walking the World
- Smarter Travel
- Useful Article Transitions Abroad
- Seniorly – Best Travel Websites for Seniors