By: Diane Lang
Lets face it, its much easier to pick up our remotes for TV, google to search for whatever we need or text a friend but what price are we paying for this as grandparents? We have become an ‘Instant Gratification” society. Everything is at our fingertips. In some ways all this technology [...]
Grandmothers get younger with every generation. I have friends who jumped that line way back at the 40-year-old mark (and others in their 60s who are still trying to keep up with their first set of children, but that’s another story).
Because so many moms are busy raising their own young, grandma can often [...]
November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and April is Autism Awareness Month. Alzheimer’s and autism have some similarities: they are both cognitive disabilities with a tendency to wander and the inability to find their way back home. According to the National Alzheimer’s Association, of the 5.3 million people with dementia 70% will wander throughout the course [...]