Dignified Aging, your elder care resource
and self help guide dedicated to older
persons and their families going through the
challenges and changes related to elder
Whether an older adult is coping with normal
or more difficult aspects of aging, living
at home or other senior living settings,
Dignified Aging believes that you and your
loved ones want to have information to help
you make the best informed decisions.
Understanding how to access services and
having both a short and long term plan is
vitally important so that emergencies can be
prevented. Knowing what to expect in a
particular disease process and how to obtain
support can help prepare you for those
moments along the way when these changes
Dignified Aging respects that family members
are individuals with their own set of values
and beliefs and should be allowed the
freedom to express their free will and
create their own destiny, to the extent
permitted by their capacity or ability to do
For all our loved ones, we hold these things
to be important: that physical, mental and
emotional safety balanced with quality of
life will be your ultimate guide.
age is not a disease--
it is strength and survivorship,
triumph over all kinds of vicissitudes and
trials and illnesses.
— Maggie Kuhn —
No matter what age you are, or what your
circumstances might be, you are special, and
you still have something unique to offer.
Your life, because of who you are, has
— Barbara de Angelis —
Old age is not an
affliction but is an accomplishment; it
should be treated with dignity and respect.