When SAIL was founded in 2005, we had no idea we were almost identical to another organization already thriving in Boston, MA, Beacon Hill Village. Nor did we anticipate SAIL becoming the nation’s second “village” in what is now a growing movement helping older adults remain active and independent, while giving them an opportunity to … Continue reading Aging In Place: What SAIL is all about
Written by SAIL Council Member and Pharmacist Alan Lukazewski (pictured left) The discovery of newer drugs has produced many miracles. These miracles range from altering trajectories of some cancers which used to be fatal and turning them into manageable chronic diseases, to helping people with heart failure who were once confined to a chair to be … Continue reading Is It A Drug Or A Disease?
File of Life is a small, yet crucial bit of information to keep handy in your home. Inside this bright red magnetic pocket is your personal and medical data as well as emergency contacts. Many emergency responders know to look for the File of Life in the home, and when they find it they can … Continue reading File Of Life Is For Real!
What would we do without our wonderful pets? But let's be honest...sometimes they can get in the way. The last thing we want to do is fall and hurt ourselves...or them! SAIL Member Dana Schreiber had a very interesting story on this topic and wrote up the following information to share with SAIL members who … Continue reading Staying Safe With Pets In Your Home
SAIL member Chris Klotz and her new book were featured in last month's Waunakee Tribune! Click here to read the article. Chris, a SAIL council member and leader of the SAIL Communications Team is the author of All-In Caregiving. This book helps to give aging adults 'the life they want to live' and is sure to be … Continue reading SAIL member in the news!