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MaryAnne Looks Back: National Geographics derail one couple’s aging in place

Several years ago two sons invited me into the family home for an Aging in Place assessment of their parents in their late 80s. The father was fragile and their mother had health problems. Neither parent could complete their daily … Continue reading

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Shake Up Your Dinnertime – Try Some Mood Music

Need a shake-up at dinnertime? Tired of sitting and staring at the TV? It’s time to try some mood music for dinnertime. What? That’s silly … not really.¬†MaryAnne and I talk about how different markers in our lives let us … Continue reading

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Do you need a roommate?

MaryAnne and I talk alot about aging and the concept of home. What should a home provide as a person ages? How should a home evolve to meet your needs? Our conversation always veers into money and a household budget. … Continue reading

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