The decision to move a loved one into an assisted living home is never made lightly. You worry that your family member will feel lonely, not be nurtured adequately, and have a difficult time adjusting. These are natural concerns, and are only amplified when your loved one's memory is faltering. While assisted living facilities, like Stonehill Care Center, are often the best choice for someone with dementia, it is still a difficult adjustment – for each of you.
It's rarely easy having to move overseas for an employment opportunity. But it can be especially difficult if you happen to be part of the "sandwich" generation and the main caretaker for your elderly parents. Not only will you have to worry about how your children will deal with the upcoming move, but also how it will affect your parents. As you set about preparing for this big career opportunity and move, here are a few tips that can help everyone adjust to this big change.
Do you have red, purple, and blue veins on your face that are embarrassing to you? If so, they are probably spider veins, and these can develop on anyone's face, neck, or legs. Although there are ways to reduce your chances of developing spider veins, once you get them you will most likely need professional treatment to get rid of them. Here are three things you should know about spider veins on the face.