Remembering someone who died: Creating a Memorial with Photos

Dealing with the death of a loved one can be difficult. One way to remember them is to create something that can remind you of their life and personality, such as a slideshow or video. This can help you cope with your loss, and it can also provide comfort for others who might not know…

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Epic Storytelling Interviews: The Art of Getting the Conversation Started

Storytelling Interview The Art of Getting the Conversation Started

If you’re reading this, there’s a pretty good chance that someone close to you — may be your parents or grandparents — wants to share their story with the world. You may be hesitant about interviewing them because it might seem like an intimidating process. But, recording these memories and conducting the interview can be…

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Why Hospice Care Matters Now More Than Ever

hospice care

Hospice and hospice care are almost never on the top of anyone’s mind. By the time you need to think about it, life is already falling apart and things are emotional. Hospice care doesn’t mean someone is definitely going to die. But it usually means things are a little crazy in that person’s life and…

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5 Fall Activities for Seniors and Families

fall activities for seniors

Fall is my absolute favorite season. I would have a hard time choosing one thing I love about it. I love the colors, the crisp air, and the way the light shifts as we get closer to winter. But enough about me. This post is all about you and fall activities for seniors and families.…

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How to Keep People Engaged Right Now

how to keep people engaged right now

I had a really cool plan for the month but along with everything else, it had to change. I’m sure you can relate. While everyone works to adapt to a different normal and a new approach to staying engaged and being connected, there will inevitably be things that fall through the cracks. The stuff we…

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