Thursday, December 14, 2017

Innovative Healthcare Services Winner: Belmont Village Senior Living


(l-r) Tiffany White, Cathy Zion, Ted Burfict, Melissa Wiedman, Sheri Ash, Sharon Owens, and Kelly Leger-Allen
Today's Transitions is recognizing local services and communities whose innovative ideas are improving the quality of life for seniors and caregivers. Cathy Zion, publisher of Today's Transitions and Tiffany White, editor, congratulated our winners in-person. Read about one of our four Today's Transitions Innovation Award winners who won in the Innovative Healthcare Services category.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Todays Transitions Winter Issue is Out!



In our winter issue of Today's Transitions, we want you to add innovation to every part of your life. Here's how you can get started.

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Two Solutions to Help You See Better at Night

By Yelena Sapin

Trouble seeing at night, especially while driving, is most often the first symptom of age-related eye diseases like cataracts, macular degeneration, and glaucoma, says Louisville ophthalmologist Rishi Kumar, MD, of Kumar Eye Institute. The problem can also be caused by dry eyes, a condition that tends to become worse toward the end of the day. Changes in the eye’s ability to focus as we age can also make it more difficult to see in dim lighting. “The pupil dilates when it’s dark,” says Kumar, “and that can induce a bit of nearsightedness at night.”

Innovative Structural Design Winner: The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society, Jeffersontown


(l-r) Tiffany White, Cathy Zion, William Shoulta. Photo by Aubrey Hills

Today's Transitions is recognizing local services and communities whose innovative ideas are improving the quality of life for seniors and caregivers. Cathy Zion, publisher of Today's Transitions and Tiffany White, editor, congratulated our winners in-person. Read about one of our four Today's Transitions Innovation Award winners who won in the Innovative Structural Design  category.

How to Start the Conversation When Your Loved One Is No Longer Safe At Home

By Patti Naiser


Explaining to your loved one that they are no longer safe living alone could prove to be a difficult conversation to start. Remember the following tips to help ease the strain for you and your loved one.

Is Your Loved One Safe Living Alone? Take the Quiz to Find Out


Worried about how to approach the topic of assisted care with your loved one? Find out how to start the conversation here.
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