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Keep Grandma Off the Floor! My newest professional focus is an initiative called “At Home for Life,” a program that helps people to successfully age in place and remain safely in their own homes. The National Aging in Place Council defines aging in place as “the ability to continue to live in one’s home safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income or ability level. It means living in a familiar environment and being able to participate in family and other community activities”. As we age we must adapt to the challenges of performing the activities of daily living that we take for granted such as climbing stairs, bathing, meal preparation, and managing the house. Enhance your ability to overcome these challenges and more successfully access and navigate all areas of your home with an At Home for Life Residential Assessment.  Visit our At Home for Life page for more information on this initiative.

 

 

Upcoming Seminars

The “Second Milers” men’s group – January 14, 2015. Lynda will be presenting “There’s No Place Like Home – Tips for Aging in Place.”

 
The Voorheesville School District “Wellness Day” – March 27, 2015. Lynda will be discussing “How to Be an Effective Caregiver.”

 

Here’s what they’re saying about Lynda’s presentations:

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“Lynda’s presentation was well organized and very relevant. Conveying her real life personal experiences was very powerful. Love that MedInfoToGo.” Mary, Albany, NY.

“Lynda’s workshop at the WRJ Biennial was very relevant to so many of us who are soon to become, or already are, senior citizens. She addressed numerous relevant topics and gave practical tips on how to handle various situations.” B. B., East Greenwich, R.I.

“If you, a loved one, or a dear friend are facing the aging process or a daunting illness, log onto www.Otherwisehealthy.com. Lynda will get you started in what needs to be done and guide you through the process to see the light at the end of the tunnel.” Barbara, Rockville Centre, NY

“Amazing speaker. So insightful and got right to the heart of the issue. It’s never too soon to begin to get organized.” Debbie, Woodbury, NY

 

Making Strides for Breast Cancer

Proud to join on the stage as a member of the American Cancer Society’s Board of Advisors at the 2014 Making Strides for Breast Cancer Walk at Albany’s Washington Park.  Always grateful for the support of Rep. Paul Tonko.

@MakingStridesWalk 2014        Thrilled to meet up with Rep. Paul Tonko at the Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk

On The Web

It’s holiday time!! Check out my 2014 gift guide for the seniors in your life.

 

Caregiving questions? Recently I participated in a live chat for Everyday Health with Dr. Michael Wasserman, MD, past chair of the American Geriatric Society’s Managed Care Task Force.  During this chat we offered tips to help caregivers provide better care to others and themselves. You can check out the highlights of this chat at: http://www.everydayhealth.com/senior-health/healthtalk-advice-for-caretakers.aspx.

A Message from Lynda

It woLynda Shrageruld be great if life was as simple as a relaxing day at the beach with the warmth of the sun on our faces, the soothing sounds of crashing waves in the background and a nice warm ocean breeze. As you have logged onto this site and are reading this message, it is likely that you have hit a major bump or a crossroads in your life.  What follows is my personal story and why Otherwisehealthy.com was created. Read more…