- Written by Megan Joyce Megan Joyce
For caregivers of people with memory issues, keeping their loved one in a safe space — whether it’s their home or a care facility — is vital to the person’s well-being. But the reality is that 6 in 10 people with dementia will wander away from that safe space at least once.
- Written by Bart Stump Bart Stump
The expression “gone fishing” has taken on a whole new meaning for Dale and Gail Stump.
- Written by John Crawford John Crawford
The hum and roar of motorcycles sounded throughout town as riders gathered recently at the American Legion Post 455.
- Written by Randal C. Hill Randal C. Hill
Half a century ago, in an atmosphere redolent of cow manure and marijuana smoke, 500,000 young people came together on the hillside of a farm in New York state.
- Written by Jason J. Tabor Jason J. Tabor
“We are at any given time a sum of our past experiences. I like to tell my students to gather up their pebbles of knowledge and eventually it turns into a hill, and that hill will continue to grow into a mountain,” says fitness educator Joy Riley.
- Written by Rochelle A. Shenk Rochelle A. Shenk
Thinking about potential medical issues and end-of-life care can be a bit daunting, but it’s important. There are legal documents, such as an advance healthcare directive, in which one can specify one’s preferences.