Despite all the lies and deceit of Rhonda J. Harper of Penrose Senior Care Auditors and Penrose Certified, we find ourselves being libeled and intentionally misrepresented simply for having built a better business model. Therefore, the old axiom, “no good deed goes unpunished” comes to mind as we recount the story of how the only two Senior Care Auditing companies in the U.S.A. to date, have clashed.
Can high doses of vitamin D prevent, treat or delay a wide variety of conditions and diseases affecting virtually every part of the body? This question gets to the heart of the vitamin D debate. On one side of the debate are researchers who for years have been advocating higher intakes and blood levels of […]
In order to live a well balanced life – the holistic ideal- it is important to think about death so that we may live more fully.
Preventive health measures are important while providing care for another person. These include immunization, all the regularly scheduled check-ups, and recommended screenings, telling your doctor you are a caregiver and talking to him/her if you are feeling depressed or nervous.
Growing Old In Good Health: The Great Disparity The lowest ‘years of healthy life’ is seen in Estonia, where the age is 59 years for men and 61 for women. In Denmark, by contrast, those values rise to 73 years for men and 74 years for women. The UK is higher than the European average […]
How will families, communities and governments respond to the needs of the rapidly growing elderly population? Some nations experienced more than a doubling of average life expectancy during the 20th century.
Employers chip in for the cost of informal elder care. A recent Met Life study says that American businesses see $33 billion in lost productivity each year because of their employee’s caregiving obligations.