Two nights ago, I sat around a table with eight others, all at least 25 years my senior, discussing caregiving.
Death, disease, aging, disability, caregiving—these had touched every single one of us. But I was slow to realize how caregiving has touched my present life (besides, obviously, the work I do here).
And then it hit me. Almost every one I know is a caregiver, or a caregiver-to-be.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) Singing tunes can be super fun, especially at Clark Retirement Community. Some residents of Clark Retirement Community performed a lip dub of Michael Buble’s “Feeling Good.”
A recent audit by the State of Michigan identified 3,786 (or 6 percent) of the state’s 60,000 independent-living aides have felony convictions.