At Kimbrough Law, we offer extra special New Years thoughts and prayers to everyone caring for elderly loved ones. We wish you 12 months of serenity, 52 weeks of compassion, 365 days of gratitude, 8,760 hours of joy, 525,600 minutes of good luck, and 31,536,000 seconds of happiness. And through it all, don't forget the self-care!
If you left your elderly parents' home worried after a Christmas or other winter holiday gathering, you're not alone. This is the time of year when many adults realize that their aging parents aren't doing as well as they thought they were. Going home for the holidays is an annual rite loaded with meaning for adult children, particularly those who live out of town. This time-honored tradition, one of the few occasions when multiple generations gather under one roof, is often
God sent a star to light the night for The Way, The Truth, The Life--His Son. He sent the Light of Life to prove His heart so we would invite His Son into our own. God has given us all the light we'll ever
need to find peace on earth, goodwill to men. All of us at Kimbrough Law wish you a warm and cozy Christmas Eve! -Pamela F.Dowd
Unpaid caregivers dedicate countless numbers of hours to caring for elders, either within their family or the community they live in. They are the unsung heroes of our society whose contributions go largely unrecognized and uncelebrated. Every day, caregivers assist seniors with personal care, meal preparation, housework, transportation to appointments, companionship, leisure pursuits, and other activities of daily living. People receiving care are often the parents, grandpar
Think that suicide mostly affects young people? That only families who have children or teenagers need to be concerned with the risk of depression, anxiety and suicide? That all seniors are living a happy and blissful retirement? You may be surprised to learn that seniors are one of the groups of people most at risk when it comes to suicide. In 2015, the second highest rate of suicide (19.4%) occurred in those 85 years or older.1 Anyone can have thoughts of suicide or be stru
Join us at this festive event at Bentley Assisted Living at Northminster the afternoon of December 14. Kimbrough Law is providing one of the wreaths on display and you'll have he chance to meet Elder Care Coordinator Bre Simmons.
What are you doing the afternoon of December 8? Why not join Elder Care Coordinator Bre Simmons at Arbor Terrace of Athens second annual winter fashion show? Get style ideas as staff and residents sashay down the catwalk. A silent auction will be raising funds for A Bigger Vision Homeless Shelter. Kimbrough Law will be providing one of the auction items. RSVP by calling 770.315.2427 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today is the last day to drop off your decorated wreath for the Thrive Tour of Wreaths. Kimbrough Law is providing a wreath for this silent auction, set for Tuesday, December 4 from 4:30 - 6:30 pm. Come on out and view the lovely wreaths, bid one the ones you like, and chat with Elder Care Coordinator Bre Simmons.