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When Elder Abuse Hits Home

Today is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day – a day to stand strong against physical, emotional, sexual, or financial abuse of the elderly. Abuse of any kind against such a vulnerable population is despicable and should always be reported. So it’s perhaps the perfect day to share the following: I was reported to Adult Protective Services. There, I said it. I’ll say it again. I was reported to Adult Protective Services. Shocking to you? Most definitely shocking to me. So shocking in fact that only now am I able to write about something that actually happened - and was resolved! - roughly 6 months ago. Six months ago I was innocently minding my own business when my cell phone rang. This is about

Where's My Senior Discount?

Old people. Politics. It’s not too often that the 2 intersect. Maybe when Grandma Sue goes off on a rant about the state of the world at Thanksgiving dinner. Or when Uncle Bob shows up at Red Lobster wearing his “Where’s My Senior Discount?” shirt. But that’s about it. By and large the elderly aren’t a political force to be reckoned with. That goes the same for those who take care of them. They’re kinda busy with other things. Like trying to monitor the increasingly alarming antics of their elderly mom. Or trying to find meaningful resources that might provide some support. So it was with only mild interest that I took note of a piece of legislation that I learned about at a caregiver suppor

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