Our world is knitted together these days by technology and what better way to keep in touch with family and friends. Seniors are often intimidated by technology but I encourage you to embrace the basics. Today’s technology can keep us engaged, connected, and mentally active. Here are a few pieces of technology that seniors should [&hellip...Read More
I have a quite personal reason for posting this today. Last week, on Sunday, 8 days ago, my mother went into an inpatient hospice care, after being at my sister’s house on outpatient, on location care for just about 3 days. Alive Hospice in Nashville began giving her pain medication upon her arrival, and she [&hellip...Read More
A lot of us in this stage of life (55-70), especially in the 50′s age decade, have parents that are 80′s or 90′s. My Dad died at 79 suddenly at Christmas in 2011, and my Mom just turned 80. Having had breast cancer surgery and chemo 12 years ago, for 11 years after that she [&hellip...Read More
Some of you might ask: Why does Sciddy see the need to “Tweet”? Isn’t Twitter mostly young people texting meaningless details abut their lives? Actually, no. Although there is doutless some of that to be found on Twitter, if you use Twitter you only see the Tweets of those who you follow on Twitter (and [&hellip...Read More
The Singularity is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology. That is a book title that strikes many as ominous. It , for many, hearkens a “SkyNet” or “I Robot” scenario where the threat is when machines “decide” as “thinking, reasoning machines” that they know better than humans know what our best course may be. Years [&hellip...Read More
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