How Family Caregivers Can Provide the Highest Quality of Care [Free Resource]

If you’re providing comfort and care for an aging or ailing loved one, it’s likely you stepped into a caregiver without any formal training. Yet, you...

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7 Summer Attractions and Experiences for Cleveland Seniors and Their Families to Enjoy

As the weather gets warmer, there’s plenty to do and see in Cleveland. From art festivals to sporting events, it’s the perfect time of year to spend...

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Facing Addiction in Northeast Ohio: How to Cope With Losing a Loved One to Opioids

Losing a loved one is never easy, but it’s often more complex when the person who passed away had a history with addiction. Along with the trauma of...

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6 Activities In Cleveland this Spring for Seniors and their Families

Spring is in the air! The cold, snow and ice are finally starting to break, and with warmer weather on its way, there’s plenty to do and see in...

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How to Create a Personalized Tribute for a Loved One: Q&A With a Certified Celebrant

When someone we love passes away, we want a chance to say goodbye in a meaningful and memorable way. For some families, that means arranging services...

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Answers to 5 Common Questions About Funeral Preplanning

Preplanning your own funeral can provide peace of mind to you and your family. It lessens the burden on loved one’s by having a plan in place, while...

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How to Get the Grief Help You Need On Your Journey Towards Healing

In the days, weeks and months following a loss, it’s important to remember the grieving process has no set timeline. Grieving is not a linear...

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10 Cleveland Events for the Whole Family to Enjoy this Holiday Season

Lining up plans for the holidays? Cleveland and the surrounding areas offer family friendly activities all season long during this special time of...

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The Importance of Grief Support Groups: Q&A With Cornerstone of Hope

If you’re experiencing grief following the loss of a loved one, you don’t have to go at it alone. A support group can help.

In Northeast Ohio, there...

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Should Our Loved One’s End-of-Life Service Be Public or Private?

When it comes to planning final arrangements, many families opt to have a service to honor the life and legacy of the deceased.

If you’ve already...

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How to Empower Seniors with Digital Literacy: Q&A with Hospice of the Western Reserve

According to Pew Research Center, seniors generally have lower rates of technology adoption than younger generations. Yet recently, folks 65+ have...

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Busch’s Guide for First-Time Family Caregivers: How to Have Conversations About End-Of-Life Planning

Busch’s Guide for First-Time Family Caregivers is a three-part series. This is the third post of the series. Read the second post here.

“More than...

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