As we all prepare to keep our homes and families safe during this COVID-19 outbreak, it’s important to consider the needs of the seniors in our lives and in our communities. Many of our wonderful local organizations are providing programs to keep our seniors protected and connected. Many of the programs have been previously published,… Continue reading COLUMN: Maintaining wellbeing during senior isolation
So I have this story in my head that’s been rolling around for a week now. The need to share it surfaced, and I got this bright idea. How about share it with the Directors Team while they are about to spend the weekend working hard on the future of UNITI? You guys do enough… Continue reading Along for the Ride: What a Learning!
"My aunt Betty is elderly and lives by herself in White Rock. I see her from time to time but I live in the Okanagan. The last time I visited she didn't seem to be taking care of herself very well, there wasn't much food in the house, her clothes were dirty and the house… Continue reading What do the changes in my elderly aunt mean?
The idea that humans are social beings may be hackneyed, but it still has validity. We rely on social systems, either externally organized or personally designed, to live a good life which by one definition means to experience health, wealth, security, socialization, personal growth and service. From childhood to adulthood, we navigate various phases of… Continue reading Why should we develop meaningful relationships?
No one should force you to give him a gift, if you do not wish to do so. If you are faced with anger when you refuse to give your grandson money, you are a victim of financial and emotional abuse.