It’s the holiday season and of course, we’re all looking to find the perfect gift for a loved one. But who needs another ugly sweater? If you have a loved one living in a nursing home or receiving assisted living care, you can let them know how much you care with a few thoughtful items that will not only keep them engaged and entertained, but can help them stay connected with friends and family who are far away.
Now in the Bolder Movies spotlight: “Christmas in the Smokies,” an inspiring, modern-day Christmas classic that focuses on family, faith, community and forgiveness.
Here’s a secret: none of us will get out of this life alive. So, why are we all so afraid to discuss death, dying and end-of-life issues? Growing Bolder is not only willing to talk about it, we’re hoping to launch a national conversation surrounding the issues we’ll all someday face. Learn how to live and die well.
Remember Cissy from “Family Affair?” Kathy Garver, who brought the character to life, is an inspiring example of someone who has continued Growing Bolder throughout her lifelong career in Hollywood.
If you loved comedian George Carlin, wait until you meet his daughter, Kelly, a very funny, gifted and thoughtful writer herself, and hear what she has to say about growing up Carlin.
The Invictas were a big-time band in the ’60s. Wait until you hear what happened when they got back together in THEIR 60s! Lead singer Herb Gross takes us back to past for some old-time rock and roll.
You fell in love with her when she played the perky Shirley Feeney on “Laverne & Shirley,” but when you get to know the real Cindy Williams, you’ll love her even more.
What are we doing? We’re Rebranding Aging™. Growing Bolder® is among the world leaders in active lifestyle content creation and delivery. See how we’re changing the way the world looks at aging by smashing stereotypes and delivering hope, inspiration and possibility to the largest group of consumers in history.
When faced with daily — often hourly — demands on their time, emotions and finances, caregivers need to be able to get help and support, but they don’t always require full-time assistance or out-of-home resources. Enter: respite care.
The team at Senior Helpers provides professionally trained companions who can make a real difference in the lives of seniors and their families.