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70-40 Rule® - Bridging the Communication Gap

Senior care professionals are often caught in the middle when families can't agree. That's where the 70/40 Rule® programs and emotional support services can help. This program is offered to develop open discussions between families when it comes to providing care to parents and other various senior needs. Older adults and their families often look to professionals like you for practical resources and tips to help them bridge the communication gap.

Honest Assessment Key to Keeping Senior Drivers Safe

Driving is one of the most sensitive of senior issues. But there's good news and support for older adults who want to extend their days behind the wheel.

How to Select an In-Home Care Provider - Professional Caregiver Recorded Webinar

Presenters Dr. Amy D'Aprix, Executive Director of the DAI Foundation, and Deb Norman, Strategic Alliances Manager with Home Instead, discuss caregiving topics, including providing tips and guidelines for how to select an in-home care provider.

Challenges of Communication Between Older Adults - Professional Caregiver Recorded Webinar

Presenters Dr. Amy D'Aprix, Executive Director of the DAI Foundation, and Mary Alexander, Director of Strategic Alliances with Home Instead, discuss the challenges of communication between older adults and their children.

Senior Driving an Individual Issue

The issue of seniors and driving is a controversial one. No single senior is the same when it comes to how long he or she can safely continue to drive. State laws vary on the topic and each senior must be evaluated on an individual basis. Home Instead can help with transportation needs of those older adults who must give up their driver's licenses.

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