A 5-Step Action Plan for Caregivers of Aging Parents or Loved Ones
Caring for a loved one can be tough. This simple action plan for caregivers can help you get your bearings and make your caregiving role a little easier.
Caregivers: Tips on How to Say “No” and When to Say “Yes”
For some caregivers, it’s hard to find balance between taking care of yourself and the person you’re caring for. Read up on these tips to protect your time.
Housing Options for Seniors Who Can’t (Or Don’t Want) to Live Alone
What are the options when it comes to senior housing? This guest post from the Area Agency on Aging 1-B provides tips and considerations for choosing wisely.
Long-Distance Caregiving: How Can You Help a Loved One?
Experts from the Area Agency on Aging 1-B share tips on caring for a loved one from afar, including warning signs they might need more help and how to find it.
5 Tips to Help Seniors Stay Independent for as Long as Possible
If you have aging parents or are a senior wanting to stay in your home independently, this post from the Area Agency on Aging 1-B is full of helpful tips.
Tips for Effective Communication in a Relationship
Just because you’re in love doesn’t mean you won’t sometimes disagree. Learn how to keep the lines of communication open without saying something you’ll regret.
Midland’s Dow Tennis Classic Inspires Next Generation of Players
Visit Midland during the Dow Tennis Classic, which hosts high-caliber professionals and offers plenty of opportunities for kids and adults to get in the game.
Is Your Child’s School Prepared for a Cardiac Arrest?
Nov. 6-10, 2017 and Feb. 5-9, 2018 are weeks designated for CPR/AED drills in Michigan schools. Make sure your local schools are participating.
Understanding Mental Health Care Stigmas in African American and Latino Communities
African Americans and Latinos are less likely to seek mental health treatment. Find out why and how to help combat the stigma of mental illness.