Calming Parkinson’s

Calming Parkinson’s

While no one would ask for a neurodegenerative disease, especially the second most common one after Alzheimer’s, there are many treatment options available for people who are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Although a PD diagnosis is understandably scary,...
Finding Your Way Through Grief

Finding Your Way Through Grief

By Carrie Vittitoe Dealing with grief isn’t like following a souffle recipe; there are no detailed must-follow steps that proceed in a specific order. When Elisabeth Kubler-Ross proposed the Grief Cycle model in 1969, she attempted to explain the myriad emotions...
Why Read Today’s Transitions?

Why Read Today’s Transitions?

Do your parents or grandparents need some extra help simplifying their lives? You can find great ideas on navigating your way through your situation by reading the latest issue of Today’s Transitions magazine. Here are a few more reasons you’ll want to read the summer...
An Easier Way to Manage Meds

An Easier Way to Manage Meds

By Megan SeckmanMonitoring medications for yourself or a loved one can be an enigmatic puzzle. Take the green in the morning before coffee, the big white one with a meal, the two pinks before bed, and the brown ones as needed. It can be exhausting trying to remember...