Reviews and Reflections About Baby Boomer Stuff

Rosie's Boomer Review

» Currently browsing: Aging Parents


New System Provides Innovative Ways to Avoid Missing Prescription Medication

May 25th, 2013 at 9:31 pm » Comments Off on New System Provides Innovative Ways to Avoid Missing Prescription Medication

 I am so glad someone finally came up with a good medicine reminder. MedCenter System features new approach of pill stocking (with days and dates), talking alarms and visual aids Miami, Florida – April 15, 2013 – Prescription medicines are an important component of health management, however a growing volume of research indicates a disturbing […]



Eldercare Locator Announces Holiday Campaign to Help Prevent Financial Exploitation of Older Adults

November 20th, 2012 at 3:04 am » Comments (2)

Please help spread the word about this critical campaign against financial elder abuse. Washington, DC — As financial exploitation targeting older adults continues to become more prevalent in the United States, the national Eldercare Locator announced today that it has launched a campaign to encourage older adults and their families to address this critical issue […]



Caregivers-Watch Changes in Your Elderly Loved One While in the Hospital

March 27th, 2012 at 3:27 pm » Comments Off on Caregivers-Watch Changes in Your Elderly Loved One While in the Hospital

Since my mom’s recent death I am still convinced that families and religious organizations need to develop more  systems for support. One of the systems needed is education and enhanced visitation of the elderly when they are in the hospital. We are often concerned, as we should be, about correcting the chronic or critical health […]



My Mother, Sarah Calhoun, She Has Been Put to Rest in my Heart

January 22nd, 2012 at 4:35 pm » Comments Off on My Mother, Sarah Calhoun, She Has Been Put to Rest in my Heart

This morning I decided to put on a pair of my mom’s favorite boots to walk in the snow to church. My mom loved these boots that I brought for her almost a year ago.  But if you knew my mom she was not a shoe person so  these are just one of two pair […]



10 Costly Mistakes That Seniors May Face During Medicare Annual Enrollment Period

December 14th, 2010 at 2:13 am » Comments (2)

Enjoy and consider following some of the sage advice during the Medicare open enrollment. By Guest Blogger, Ross Blair From Plan Subscriber 1.      Missing the Fine print: not reading the fine print in your annual plan Notice of Change about which benefits have changed and which have remained for your plan. 2.      Going on Auto-pilot: […]



Will The Health Reform Bill Help Caregivers?

March 28th, 2010 at 2:49 am » Comments (1)

According to a recent article by Robert Stock, there will be super help for caregivers with the advent of the new Health Reform Bill. Take a few minutes to read his explanation. I for one, welcome all and any help I can get that will assist my mom for now and hubby and I in […]



Do Home Health Agencies Provide Free Flu Shots For Home Health Aides?

October 21st, 2009 at 1:31 am » Comments Off on Do Home Health Agencies Provide Free Flu Shots For Home Health Aides?

Do Home Health Care Agencies provide free flu shots for their Home Health Aides? I wondered about this question because many many Home Health Aides are underpaid but extensively needed to provide home care.  If they are sick their options for sick days are few. Some agencies just do not have the resources to provide […]



Taking Care of My Mother-Caregiver Series

July 15th, 2009 at 1:51 pm » Comments Off on Taking Care of My Mother-Caregiver Series

This is a guest post by the author of Judys Caregiver’s blog , Mariah Kissel Taking Care of an Aging Parent My name is Mariah Kissel and I love my mother. She has always been there for me. I was never a sweet little girly girl , and as teenage daughters go, lets just say […]



Caregiver Blogs? Please Send Your Best Posts. Postive Points and Pleasing Humor

June 17th, 2009 at 1:16 am » Comments (4)

I want to feature caregiver blogs for a few days. Why? Because not only am I a care giver but many, sooo many baby boomers are providing care for a loved one. Many are doing inhome care,  site visits, or doing what they can long distance. It can provide a strain, both  emotionally and physically […]



Dear Baby Boomer, What Are the Commericals in Your Personal Soap Opera?

May 29th, 2009 at 6:03 pm » Comments (3)

This week I realized that all of life is one big Soap Opera. I than began to thank God for the commericials. I am talking about those short pauses that occur to give us peace, happiness or special excitment in the midst of the dramas. For example, something simple like reading a good book while […]



  • Boomer Topics

  • Subscribe to Our Baby Boomer Hobbies Newsletter

    We keep your data private and share your data only with third parties that make this service possible. Read our Privacy Policy.
  • RSS Baby Boomer Books

  • Archives

  • Boomer Collectibles

  • I am so glad I found this host

    Web Hosting
  • Hula Boomer

    Source: youtu.be via Rosemary on Pinterest

ok