Geriatric Care Consulting
Obtaining a comprehensive, holistic overview of the realities of aging, illness or disability makes it possible to plan a course of action that creates a safe environment for all concerned.
Looking to deepen your spiritual practice or seeking beliefs and practices that are in synch with who you are — especially in the evening of life — a spiritual guide can make a difference.
“…we cannot live the afternoon of life according to the program of life’s morning, for what was great in the morning will be little at evening and what in the morning was true, at evening will have become a lie.”
What Others Have to Say…
Just a pleasure to read your affirming discoveries and wonderings.
This is a beautiful meditation on the gifts and challenges of the season, and of being, more broadly in the winter of our lives… Keep writing!!! I love these essays and am enriched by your thoughts.
You have so much practical and existential wisdom to offer! Blessings on all of your endeavors.
“In the midst of winter I found within myself an invincible spring.”
Recent Blog Posts
Here it is---the first week of my 70’s and the first week of the new school year and the kick-off to a new way to be of service. This website is a celebration of all three. What can I say about turning 70? I have been talking about it for months to long-suffering...
The title of an article on the cover of the AARP magazine (June/July 2018) jumped out at me: “Broke from Cancer” by Peter Moore. “Cancer can attack more than just your body and mind. It can also destroy your bank account. Even the best health insurance might not...
A human being: body/mind/spirit. An aging human being: an aging body/mind/spirit. The three are interwoven into a structure---a kind of triple helix that becomes more and more unique over time. It is vital to keep all three elements in mind whichever one is first and...