My personal connection to senior transitions started with my quest to find the right home for my dad as his dementia progressed and he needed care that was delivered compassionately and in line with the principles that mattered to him. I also wanted to see that his everyday life gave him the joys he would have experienced if he could be on his own: a creek with ample wildlife just outside of the window, people to chat with over coffee and his pampered cat Murdoch in his lap while he watched Western movies on his couch in the afternoons.
The last thing seniors should have to do as part of the transition is compromise on the things that matter to them!
Throughout my journey with my father I realized that I needed to use the knowledge that I'd gained to help others going through transitions. I'm grateful for the opportunity to serve people during vulnerable times, bringing knowledge, peace, and joy to the process.