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  • Four Things to Know Before Hiring a Caregiver for a Senior with Alzheimer's

    Whatever your needs, there’s an in-home caregiver that’s right for your family. But finding that person depends on clearly understanding your aging parent’s condition or disease, and defining the specific care he requires. For instance, in addition to specific daily care skills, Alzheimer’s caregivers should possess an extra dose of patience and compassion.  

    Before you begin interviewing Alzheimer’s caregivers, here’s what you should know:

  • How to Obtain Guardianship—and When You Should

    Realizing that your parent has become incapable of caring for herself or making reasonable decisions about her property is a heart-wrenching discovery. And if you postponed getting legal documents in place -- a power of attorney and living will -- your only option may be guardianship.

  • Always Thankful, Always Faithful

    As our nation gathers to give thanks to friends and family this 2018, LeanOnWe would like to take this time to thank YOU -- who are now among our friends and family.
  • Aiming Higher Every Year with Eric and Reeve

    A big thank you to all of you who contributed to my Walk to Believe. I raised over $21,000 from an incredible 85 different supporters. I’m truly awestruck by the generosity of friends, family, and colleagues.
  • Getting One Step CLOSE-R To A Cure For Paralysis

    When Ron Gold became paralyzed in 2011, he was told not to focus on a cure, but rather to learn how to live his life in a wheelchair following a head-on bicycling accident. Today, he’s the top fundraiser for the cure at Eric LeGrand’s “A Walk to Believe."
  • Offering Our Thanks to Those Who Give

    Although we shouldn't need a holiday to remind us, this time of year is one of giving and of thanks. At LeanOnWe, we are grateful for so many things -- a truly dedicated staff, committed and caring caregivers, wonderful customers, good friends and family, and so much more.

  • Ron Gold Speaking at TEDx NJIT

    When a head-on bicycling crash with an SUV crushed my spine and left me a paraplegic in 2011, I found very little inspiration from my very broken body. That is, until I realized how my broken body could be the impetus to help fix America's broken home care system.

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