I had the distinct pleasure to be a guest on the Kathleen Dunn show on Wisconsin Public Radio, the oldest and second largest public radio network in the… Read More »
Growing up, I remember Dad waiting patiently for me as I was learning to walk. He never walked far enough ahead so I felt like I was behind… Read More »
Advice from Readers: What to do if your Aging Parent is the Opposite Gender and needs help using the restroom.
I received a lot of comments from readers on my previous post “What to do if your aging parent is the opposite gender and needs help using the… Read More »
Obviously Mom and I have never had this challenge, but several people have asked what to do if your aging parent is the opposite gender and needs help… Read More »
The final chapter in my book Planes, Canes, and Automobiles: Connecting with Your Aging Parents Through Travel (publish date 10/6/15) compiles survey results from seniors who answered questions… Read More »
Bob from Michigan sent me the following question: My wife and I are planning a trip to Disney in Florida with our grandchildren. What advice do you have… Read More »
In a 2011 study on multigenerational travel, Preferred Hotel Group found that 40% of the participants (20.8 million individuals or households in the USA) had, in the year… Read More »