If you want to care more for the elderly in your life, it’s important to understand what aging feels like. How’d I learn to understand? I watched my grandpa rarely included in conversations because he couldn’t hear. That’s how I understood his loneliness. I watched(more…)
Thank you everyone for filling out my “That’s Greek to Me” poll! Based on the poll, I decided to kick off this week of my “That’s Greek to Me” series explaining what a CCRC is. The definition of a CCRC – like a college campus(more…)
Now that I’ve completed the Decades: Cheers and Challenges series, I hope you’ll enjoy my new series of posts called “That’s Greek to Me”. Over the years, I’ve realized that there are a lot of words that we use in seniorcare that are like Greek(more…)
If you’re new to my blog, meet Mama, my grandma. She’s popular among all age groups and you’d like even if you couldn’t speak Chinese. Here she is gaming with my four and six year old nephew and niece. Never stop gaming! Share!
It’s the LAST week of “The Decades” series and I hope you’ve enjoyed it! This week, I’ve combined the decades from 70 and on into one week. This is not because all of these decades are the same but because I’ve met so many(more…)
What impressed me about my trip to Singapore was how many times I saw someone stand up and give their seat to someone older on the MRT (subway). It was an immediate reaction really and it didn’t seem to matter how old the other person(more…)