Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County (CSSW) is home to a wide variety of programs serving young children to older adults and everyone in between. We’ll be interviewing representatives from different CSSW programs help our audience understand what resources are available and how to access them. In recognition of July 30 being the anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid, we recently … Continued
Unfortunately, scammers aren’t above using any situation to their advantage- including a pandemic. Below is a run through of various scams to be aware of. The Vaccine/Cure/Test Scam Scammers are taking advantage of the fear surrounding Coronavirus by calling older adults and offering to send them testing kits, vaccines, or even filters that filter out the virus (no … Continued
Last week on the blog we discussed ways to age in place without having to leave your home. Today we’re going to talk about hospice and how it allows you to manage care wherever you are, whether it’s in your home or in a hospital. Hospice is one of those words that people throw around when … Continued
Caregiving can be lonely, especially when caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or Dementia. As symptoms worsen, it can more challenging for that person to be out in the community or find activities they might enjoy. Memory cafes began in 1997 in Europe and are a place where caregivers and their loved ones can go to socialize, do activities together, … Continued
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