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Parent Projects

You’ve got a life, and places to be. You have bosses, children and limited vacation days. You just can’t spend a month packing and sorting. But this is the parent who bandaged your knees and cleaned you up…like the time you threw up on the bed spread. Face it, guilt will play a role. Will you and your siblings get together and clean out the garage? Doesn’t that sound fun? But here’s what we know for sure…10 out of 10 people have had a parent, and they’re blessed if they still do. So consider yourself blessed!

This podcast focuses on the issues that tend to push us into advocating for others working through the downsizing process; Distance, Disabilities, Debt, Divorce, Death and Decluttering.

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Technology In Senior Living

Hey everyone, welcome to this Thursday’s release of the podcast where we’re talking about the impacts of DISTANCE on a Parent Project.

This is conversation with one of Arizona’s top champions for using leveraging safe use of technology in the senior living space.  From tip on how to introduce technology to a loved one, to privacy issues, Jon Scott unpacks one of the most fascinating aspects to the positive change washing over communities in America.  We hope you enjoy the peek Into what is coming and learn something new about how to better use technology to reduce the impacts of distance in your Parent Project.

Special thanks to our guest, Jon Scott Williams from Christian Care and Fellowship Square Mesa.


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5 Ways to Help Your Senior Parent with Technology

  Modern technology has created many new and innovative ways to help seniors with entertainment, daily tasks, socializing, healthcare, and more. However, these useful new technologies often seem overwhelming or confusing to seniors, so many would rather keep...

6 Tips for Long Distance Caregivers

  There’s no doubt — trying to take care of aging parents from a distance is hard. Whether you live an hour away or are caregiving for a parent in a different state, stress and guilt take an emotional toll. You can’t be there in person all the time, so what can...

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