• 07 DEC 18
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    Through the Eyes of Our Parents: The Holidays

    Through the Eyes of Our Parents: The Holidays

    With Honolulu Hale festive and the weather outside in the cozy mid-seventies, the holidays in Hawaii are a wonderful time to gather with family and friends. For many, this time of year is one of excess. Taking a break from other responsibilities presents a great opportunity to get in more fun, sunshine, and food. But

    • 05 NOV 18
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    When to Talk with Family About Aging in Place

    When to Talk with Family About Aging in Place

    There is no perfect time to discuss end-of-life care. Most seniors would prefer to age in place at home, as independently as possible. But too few take the time to discuss their preferences with their family, leaving family caregivers stressed and scrambling. The most important thing any family can do to prepare for a loved

    • 23 AUG 18
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    What Family Caregivers Should Know About the Family Leave Law

    What Family Caregivers Should Know About the Family Leave Law

    While there are eligibility requirements that must be met in order to receive leave under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), it’s important for caregivers to understand their rights to family leave.

    • 10 MAY 18
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    Family Feud: Sharing the Role of Caregiver with Siblings

    Family Feud: Sharing the Role of Caregiver with Siblings

    Everyone with siblings is familiar with the arguments that happen when someone doesn’t do their fair share of chores. After all, why should one sibling take out the trash, do the dishes, and walk the dog when there are two perfectly able-bodied siblings who can help out? Unfortunately, these types of childish squabbles don’t disappear