Monthly Archives: September 2012

28 09, 2012

guest author: Joan Lange

September 28th, 2012|Blog|

        MOM WHISPERER     The journey from life to death to life  Death is an unknown to us, and for many, so is pain.  The journey my mother and my family took is a lesson to us all: Protect what you have and defend what you know in       [...]

23 09, 2012


September 23rd, 2012|Blog|

Most believe that courage is the result of conquered fears, but REAL courage is what happens when we continue to move forward DESPITE our fear.

21 09, 2012

I heard your interview and had to pull the car over to believe it was real . . .

September 21st, 2012|Blog|

Hello Martin,I heard your interview the other day on the radio.  I had to pull the car over to believe it was real. My thoughts, my torn caregivers soul, and my heart…all there on the radio coming through your eloquent sincerity.What a relief – you spoke what I had witnessed and what toxified my entire being for 12 long years until my mom died, and even now. […]

19 09, 2012

Pitching an Employee-Owned Assisted Living Facility

September 19th, 2012|Blog|

12 09, 2012

An Enduring Sadness

September 12th, 2012|Blog|

    Cheryl Sadeghee writes to say: Over this past year, I have been working as a consultant in local nursing facilities, providing supportive and therapeutic interventions for their residents identified as suffering with various mood disorders or reported to have disruptive behaviors.  I love working with this population and have found it to be more of a vocation than an occupation.  […]

7 09, 2012

Terry Gross and Martin Bayne on Fresh Air

September 7th, 2012|Blog|

    THE INTERVIEW  --  podcast Terry Gross and Martin Bayne on Fresh Air thank you for the interview with martin bayne. i was moved to tears. in the simplest of words he made all of this life make sense.. what a remarkable wonderful man! Name: jeanne keenan Email: Oh Terry; i am weeping. martin bayne's [...]

2 09, 2012

The Dirty Little Secret of Assisted Living

September 2nd, 2012|Blog|

 Relax said the Night Man We are programmed to receive You can check out any time you'ld like But you can never leave   --Hotel California We've all seen them. Those slick, liquid crystal display billboard ads for assisted living. You know the ones -- an attractive couple in their late sixties or early seventies [...]