207-944-2523
meastman@pro-elder.com
P.O. Box 1122, Bangor, ME 04402
Aging Well Consultations in Central and Eastern Maine

Assessing
Well-Being and
Brain Health

Promoting
Dignity and
Independence

Supporting
Caregiving
Families

Wise
Stretching
of Resources

Protecting
Partners and
Significant Others

Providing
Peace of Mind
For Everyone

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Strategies for better aging

Long-distance grandparenting: Toddlers and kids

Long-distance grandparenting: Toddlers and kids

If you are like 68% of grandparents, you live too far away for regular interactions with your grandchildren. No reading bedtime stories or soothing little tears. No ticklefests or hands-on projects. These casual yet meaningful activities just aren’t an option.

Aging in place: Pros and cons

Aging in place: Pros and cons

A vast majority of older adults (77%) say they want to remain in their own homes as they age. Of course! Home is comfortable: We know where everything is—in the house, and also in the neighborhood and town. Friends, doctors, grocery store. We know how to get around quickly and easily. Plus, the emotional benefits of memories, identity, and history are baked into the walls of a home. But for many, the concept of staying put is based on how things are now and doesn’t factor in the changes that are bound to come.